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Panel Discussion: Ethnographic Evidence, 2018 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Panel Discussion: Ethnographic Evidence

Northwestern Journal of Law & Social Policy

No abstract provided.


Competing Liabilities: Responding To Evidence Of Child Abuse That Surface During The Attorney-Client Relationship, Alison Beyea 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Competing Liabilities: Responding To Evidence Of Child Abuse That Surface During The Attorney-Client Relationship, Alison Beyea

Maine Law Review

Kevin Adams, a practicing attorney in Maine, represents John Brown in a dispute with Brown's landlord. Brown is facing eviction as a result of his inability to pay the rent. Over the course of the representation, Adams has come to believe that Brown is abusing his son. Brown--who is working two jobs but still cannot pay his rent--has told Adams of the incredible pressure he is facing. Brown has admitted that the pressure is getting to him and that he feels bad that he has been “taking it out on the kid.” Brown also told Adams that he had ...


Towering Figures, Enigmas, And Responsive Communities In American Legal Ethics, Thomas L. Shaffer 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Towering Figures, Enigmas, And Responsive Communities In American Legal Ethics, Thomas L. Shaffer

Maine Law Review

The Annual Edward S. Godfrey Lecture at the University of Maine School of Law was held on November 12, 1998. Professor Thomas L. Shaffer, Edward S. Godfry Professor of Law, presented “Towering Figures, Enigmas, and Responsive Communities in American Legal Ethics.”


Vol. 54, No. 05 (February 12, 2018), 2018 Maurer School of Law: Indiana University

Vol. 54, No. 05 (February 12, 2018)

Indiana Law Annotated

No abstract provided.


Valedictory, David D. Gregory 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Valedictory, David D. Gregory

Maine Law Review

Since 1998, David was asked by successive graduating classes to speak at their commencement exercises. The valedictory address he delivered on each of those occasions was pure David—brief, seemingly simple, and filled with much wisdom and lots of good cheer. It seemed to many of us at the Law School to be the perfect tribute to David and all he taught us.


Introduction Of The Valedictory, Colleen A. Khoury 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Introduction Of The Valedictory, Colleen A. Khoury

Maine Law Review

Since 1998, David was asked by successive graduating classes to speak at their commencement exercises. The valedictory address he delivered on each of those occasions was pure David—brief, seemingly simple, and filled with much wisdom and lots of good cheer. It seemed to many of us at the Law School to be the perfect tribute to David and all he taught us.


Tribute To David Gregory, Esq., Michael P. Cantara 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Tribute To David Gregory, Esq., Michael P. Cantara

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


A Tribute To Professor David Gregory, Donald N. Zillman 2018 University of Maine School of Law

A Tribute To Professor David Gregory, Donald N. Zillman

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


Remembrance Of Professor David Gregory, Arthur R. Dingley 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Remembrance Of Professor David Gregory, Arthur R. Dingley

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


"Is This Case Just?" A Remembrance Of Professor David Gregory, Louis D. Flori 2018 University of Maine School of Law

"Is This Case Just?" A Remembrance Of Professor David Gregory, Louis D. Flori

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


David Gregory: Special Master For Pineland Decree, Kevin W. Concannon 2018 University of Maine School of Law

David Gregory: Special Master For Pineland Decree, Kevin W. Concannon

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


David Gregory: "Fellow Seeker", Frank M. Coffin 2018 University of Maine School of Law

David Gregory: "Fellow Seeker", Frank M. Coffin

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


Remembrance Of Professor David Gregory, Gerald F. Petruccelli 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Remembrance Of Professor David Gregory, Gerald F. Petruccelli

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


Remembrance Of Professor David Gregory, Melvyn H. Zarr 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Remembrance Of Professor David Gregory, Melvyn H. Zarr

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


Early Work At The State Level, Edward S. Godfrey 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Early Work At The State Level, Edward S. Godfrey

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


A Service In Celebration Of The Life Of Professor David Gregory, Colleen A. Khoury 2018 University of Maine School of Law

A Service In Celebration Of The Life Of Professor David Gregory, Colleen A. Khoury

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


David D. Gregory, Timothy P. McCormack Editor-in-Chief 2018 University of Maine School of Law

David D. Gregory, Timothy P. Mccormack Editor-In-Chief

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


Remembrance Of Professor David Gregory, Timothy P. McCormack Editor-in-Chief 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Remembrance Of Professor David Gregory, Timothy P. Mccormack Editor-In-Chief

Maine Law Review

The Board and Staff of the Maine Law Review dedicate this issue to the memory of Professor David Doliver Gregory, who passed away on December 9, 2000. The Maine legal community and the University of Maine School of Law mourn the loss of our beloved teacher, advocate, and friend. In the collective memory of his students, Professor Gregory will always be remembered for the Socratic genius that he employed so effectively in class; his keen wit, often accompanied by a knowing smile and a twinkle in his eyes; his passion for ferreting out seemingly elusive legal principles; and his compassion ...


Must The Interests Of The Client Always Come First?, Alan B. Morrison 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Must The Interests Of The Client Always Come First?, Alan B. Morrison

Maine Law Review

The Ninth Annual Frank M. Coffin Lecture on Law and Public Service was held on October 12, 2000. Alan B. Morrison, Co-Founder and Director of the Public Citizen Litigation Group, delivered the lecture. Established in 1992, the lecture honors Judge Frank M. Coffin, Senior Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, an inspiration, mentor, and friend to the University of Maine School of Law. The Board and Staff of Volume 53 are honored to continue the tradition of publishing this lecture series.


Vol. 54, No. 04 (February 5, 2018), 2018 Maurer School of Law: Indiana University

Vol. 54, No. 04 (February 5, 2018)

Indiana Law Annotated

No abstract provided.


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