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Reaffirmation and discharge problems
Marianne B. Culhane & Michaela M. White, Reaffirmation and Discharge Problems, in 2 Consumer Financial Services Litigation 703 (Practising Law Inst. ed., 1999).
Preliminary results of the reaffirmation project
Marianne B. Culhane & Michaela M. White, Preliminary Results of the Reaffirmation Project, in 17th Annual Bankruptcy Conference (Univ. of Tex. Sch. of Law ed., 1998).
Uniform Commercial Code revision process in ten easy pieces
Marianne B. Culhane, The Uniform Commercial Code Revision Process in Ten Easy Pieces, in Some Things Your Mother Never Taught You About the Revised UCC (Am. Bar Ass'n ed., 1993).
Lexis Publishing's research guide to Nebraska law
Patrick J. Charles, Kay L. Andrus, Ana Marie Hinman & Ann C. Kitchel, Lexis Publishing's Research Guide to Nebraska Law (1999).
Michie's research guide to Nebraska law
Ann C. Fletcher, Paul F. Hill, Kay L. Andrus & Ana Marie Hinman, Michie's Lexis Publishing's Research Guide to Nebraska Law (1995).
Conflict of Laws
Edward J. Birmingham, Conflict of Laws, in Personal Injury: Actions, Defenses, Damages (Matthew Bender 1993 & Supp. 1993-1995) (Louis R. Frumer et al. eds.).
Indian Child Welfare Act in Nebraska: Fifteen years, a foundation for the future
Catherine M. Brooks, The Indian Child Welfare Act in Nebraska: Fifteen Years, a Foundation for the Future, 27 Creighton L. Rev. 661 (1994).
This article covers the operation of the Indian Child Welfare Act in Nebraska.
Essay on inter-jurisdictional issues in adoption: Where is this child not my child?
Catherine M. Brooks, An Essay on Inter-Jurisdictional Issues in Adoption: Where is This Child Not My Child?, 32 Creighton L. Rev. 1045 (1999).
This paper examines the emerging possibilities for the American adoption model as American society continues to grow and evolve in its understanding of the needs and rights of children to have permanent, secure family ...
Lawyering for children
Catherine M. Brooks, Lawyering for Children, Creighton Law., Fall 1992, at 2.
We belong to "Nobody's Children" - We are "They" who must change
Catherine M. Brooks, We Belong to "Nobody's Children" - We Are "They" Who Must Change: A Response to Professor Elizabeth Bartholet's Sullivan Lecture Nobody's Children: Re-Visioning Child Welfare Policies on Abuse, Foster Care, and Adoption, 28 Cap. U. L. Rev. 91 (1999).
This essay responds to Prof. Bartholet's lecture from the perspective that "it takes a village to raise a child."