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    • The disruptive potential of blockchain in the law of wills 

      Victoria J. Haneman, The Disruptive Potential of Blockchain in the Law of Wills, JOTWELL, Dec. 3, 2020, at
    • Everybody dies. Or, a consideration of simultaneous death statutes and the struggles of the self-represented 

      Victoria J. Haneman, Everybody Dies. Or, A Consideration of Simultaneous Death Statutes and the Struggles of the Self-Represented, 32 Notre Dame J. L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 221 (2018).
      The access to justice problem has been the cause célèbre of the social justice movement in the United States for many years, with calls for the legal community to support legal services programs and contribute pro bono ...
    • Inappropriate imposition of court-ordered mediation in will contests 

      Victoria J. Haneman, The Inappropriate Imposition of Court-Ordered Mediation in Will Contests, 59 Clev. St. L. Rev. 513 (2011).
      Following the successful implementation of court-ordered mediation programs in divorce and family law cases, similar programs are being adopted to mandate the use of mediation in other areas of litigation. Complex emotional ...
    • Penalty clauses in testaments: What Louisiana can learn from the common law 

      Irina Fox, Comment, Penalty Clauses in Testaments: What Louisiana Can Learn from the Common Law, 70 La. L. Rev. 1265 (2010).
      A typical in terrorem clause (also referred to as penalty, forfeiture, or no-contest clause) used in a person’s last will threatens that those who contest the will in court will forfeit their bequest. The Latin phrase “in ...