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Jury Instructions: A Bibliography. Part I: Civil Jury Instructions, Cheryl R. Nyberg, Carol Boast Jan 1986

Jury Instructions: A Bibliography. Part I: Civil Jury Instructions, Cheryl R. Nyberg, Carol Boast

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Pattern jury instructions are used by trial judges to explain the law to jurors in language that they can understand and that provide consistency from one trial to another. This bibliography contains references to 156 recent and dated compilations of civil jury instructions. An index to acronyms for civil jury instructions is included.


Jury Instructions: A Bibliography. Part Ii: Criminal Jury Instructions, Cheryl R. Nyberg, Jane Williams, Carol Boast Jan 1986

Jury Instructions: A Bibliography. Part Ii: Criminal Jury Instructions, Cheryl R. Nyberg, Jane Williams, Carol Boast

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Pattern jury instructions are used by trial judges to explain the law to jurors in language that they can understand and that provide consistency from one trial to another. This criminal jury instructions bibliography of 169 entries is a companion to a previous bibliography on civil jury instructions. An index to acronyms for both criminal and civil jury instructions is also included.


An Overview Of The Law Of Professional Responsibility: The Rules Of Professional Conduct Annotated And Analyzed, Robert H. Aronson Jan 1986

An Overview Of The Law Of Professional Responsibility: The Rules Of Professional Conduct Annotated And Analyzed, Robert H. Aronson

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This Article contains two parts with different purposes. The first part consists of an introduction and critique of the recently adopted Washington Rules of Professional Conduct. Some of the rules that differ from the Model Rules, that violate Constitutional requirements, or that inappropriately resolve competing policies are evaluated. Two of the most important areas—confidentiality and advertising—are treated separately and in-depth in student Survey Comments. The second part of this Article consists of an overview of the law of professional responsibility in Washington. It follows the organization and rule sequence of the RPC, with annotations, applications, and interpretations from ...


Law And Alaska Natives: The Warp And Woof Of A Field Of Law In Transition, Ralph W. Johnson Jan 1986

Law And Alaska Natives: The Warp And Woof Of A Field Of Law In Transition, Ralph W. Johnson

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Reviewing Alaska Natives and American Laws, by David Case (1984).