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Maryland Bar Journal

May/June
2009
Volume XLII Number 3

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Features

The Changing American Family & the Law

     

Who is a Parent?
By Dorothy R. Fait, Jillian L. DiLaura, and Michelle M. Botek
 

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Best Practices for Best Interest Attorneys
By Kristine K. Howanski and Walter A. Herbert, Jr.
 

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  Effectively Advising Clients On Alimony
By Renée Bronfein Ades and Carol Ghingher Cooper
 
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  When Do I Become A Spy?
By Vincent M. Wills and Lindsay Parvis
 
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  One Family — One Master Docketing in Juvenile Court
By Master Yolanda A. Tanner
 
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  Has Reproductive Technology Negated the Best Interests Standard?
By Cindy Callahan and Christopher W. Roberts
 
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  Top 10 Myths About Domestic Violence
By Judith A. Wolfer
 
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  Preventing Schools From Becoming the Pipeline to Prison
By Susan P. Leviton and Justin Browne
 
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Jury Service in the 21st Century
By Janet Stidman Eveleth
 
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LAW AND LITERATURE
Defamation by Fiction

By The Honorable Albert J. Matricciani, Jr.
 
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Departments


Practice Tip  
Will Law Firm RIFs Lead to More Age Discrimination Litigation? 57
Ethics Docket  
Conflict of Interest — Prior Representation 59
 
It is Only My Opinion 61

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