Liability and the Health Care Bill: An “Alternative” Perspective

21 Sep 2010 12:00am Amy Widman 

Right Problem; Wrong Solution

14 Aug 2010 12:00am Joseph L. Hoffmann and Nancy J. King 

Professionalism and Power: Flawed Decision Making by the OLC Exposes a Bar That is Losing Its Moxie

25 May 2010 11:56am Joseph Lavitt 

The debate about what the OLC got wrong is over. It is time to consider what went wrong with the OLC.

Self-Represented Litigants in Family Law: The Response of California’s Courts

10 Feb 2010 12:27pm Bonnie Hough 

There is “a unity of interest between the courts and the public with respect to assistance for self-represented litigants. Lack of legal assistance is clearly an enormous barrier for the public." In response to this critical situation, the Task Force has developed a comprehensive statewide plan which recommends a full menu of approaches to meeting the needs of the public and the courts.

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