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Choice of law relative to security interests and other liens in international bankruptcies
Patrick J. Borchers, Choice of Law Relative to Security Interests and Other Liens in International Bankruptcies, 46 Am. J. Comp. L. Supp. 165 (1998) (United States Report for the XV Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law).
When a child needs a lawyer
Catherine M. Brooks, When a Child Needs a Lawyer, 23 Creighton L. Rev. 757 (1990).
This essay speaks to that lawyer who has just received a first-time appointment as a guardian ad litem to represent a child.
Interpreting statutes faithfully -- Not dynamically
Craig W. Dallon, Note, Interpreting Statutes Faithfully – Not Dynamically, 1991 BYU L. Rev. 1353.
American family and the state (Book review)
Craig W. Dallon, Book Note, 1991 BYU L. Rev. 601 (reviewing Joseph R. Peden & Fred R. Glahe eds., The American Family and the State (1986)).
Chapter 11 bankruptcy: Is a consumer debtor eligible?
Craig W. Dallon, Note, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy: Is a Consumer Debtor Eligible? 1990 BYU L. Rev. 1027.
Child sexual abuse allegations in the context of child custody litigation: A multi-disciplinary project to resolve conflicts between mental health professionals' testimony
Catherine M. Brook & Madelyn S. Milchman, Child Sexual Abuse Allegations in the Context of Child Custody Litigation: A Multi-Disciplinary Project to Resolve Conflicts Between Mental Health Professionals’ Testimony, in Lawyers for Children 223 (ABA Center on Children and the Law 1990).