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Purging our prose of pronoun problems
Nancy Lawler Dickhute, Purging Our Prose of Pronoun Problems, Neb. Law., Oct. 2001, at 31.
Bush should take his cue from the Bible
Michael Kelly, Op-Ed, Bush Should Take His Cue from the Bible, Lansing St. J., Aug. 9, 2001, at 10A.
Writing Better Sentences
Nancy Lawler Dickhute, Writing Better Sentences, Neb. Law., Apr. 2001, at 22.
Verb's the word
Nancy Lawler Dickhute, The Verb's the Word, Neb. Law., July 2001, at 24.
Less is more
Nancy Lawler Dickhute, Less Is More, Neb. Law., Jan. 2001, at 20.
Elderly and civil procedure: Service and default, capacity issues, preserving and giving testimony, and compulsory physical or mental examinations
Larry L. Teply, The Elderly and Civil Procedure: Service and Default, Capacity Issues, Preserving and Giving Testimony, and Compulsory Physical or Mental Examinations, 30 Stetson L. Rev. 1273 (2001).
This article discusses the important elder law issues in the context of civil litigation and how many procedural rules affect the elderly directly. The author focuses on four main subject areas that affect the elderly the ...
Non-assignment provisions in annuity contracts
Ronald R. Volkmer, Non-Assignment Provisions in Annuity Contracts, 28 Est. Plan. 132 (2001).
After-born heirs and reproductive technology
Ronald R. Volkmer, After-Born Heirs and Reproductive Technology, 28 Est. Plan. 39 (2001).
Institutionalizing mediation: The role of lawyers and bar associations
Ronald R. Volkmer, Institutionalizing Mediation: The Role of Lawyers and Bar Associations, 1 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J. 273 (2001).
Is there a trust code in your future?
Ronald R. Volkmer, Is There a Trust Code in Your Future? Neb. Law., Oct. 2001, at 18.