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Vol. 56, No. 4 April/May 1999


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New Steps to Climb: Amendments to the Appellate Rules

Recent changes to Minnesota's appellate rules largely serve to codify current law and practice but include amendments that have significant impact on procedure and substance.

by David F. Herr & Eric J. Magnuson

Beyond Zealous Advocacy: Harassment and Its Remedies

When does the traditionally lauded adversarial god of "vigorous advocacy" become simply a cover for lack of professionalism and/or a tool for workplace harassment?

by R. Terri Mandel




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Columns



President's Page: Marking the First 150 Years
More than 300 of your colleagues have contributed to a new MSBA publication chronicling the history of law in Minnesota.
by Mark W. Gehan

Professional Responsibility: Communication With Persons Represented by Counsel
From Richard Thornburgh to Janet Reno, the debate over communications between government attorneys and opposing parties has been a bit like a chess match inspired by a turf war.
by Edward J. Cleary

Lawyer at Large: Insurance Coverage and Internet Transactions
The Internet is changing the rules for both insurers and their counsel. Make sure you don't get lost in the brave new world.
by Jonathan M. Redgrave

Essay: Diversity in Law School Admissions
LSATs and GPAs aren't enough, argues one attorney -- we need to consider how diversity can enrich the studies of all law school students.
by Sam Magavern

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