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Vermont Bar Journal

2007.

Spring 2007.

Table of Contents #169, Spring, 2007, Volume 33, No. 1

The Vermont Bar Journal #169, Volume 33, No. 1 SPRING 2007

Table of Contents

Spring 2007 - #1

The Case for Attorney Specialization

by Andrew Mikell, Esq.

Spring 2007 - #2

On Life and Practice THE CASE FOR PUTTING NON-BILLABLETASKS FIRST

by Gerry Riskin

Spring 2007 - #3

An EARLY PROTOTYPE Program for Certifying Specialists in Real Estate Practice

Spring 2007 - #4

Successor Liability in Vermont

by George W. Kuney, Esq.

Spring 2007 - #5

We Can Do It Right: Post-Trial Reflections

by Herbert G. Ogden, Esq.

Spring 2007 - #6

Vermont Bankruptcy Court Sets Strategic Goals Focused on Access to Justice

by Hon. Colleen A. Brown & Thomas J. Hart

Spring 2007 - #7

IN MEMORIAM

Spring 2007 - #8

Bankruptcy Reform, Part II: Chicken Little Still Looking Skyward...

by Jennifer Emens-Butler, Esq.

Spring 2007 - #9

For the Public Good

by Samuel Hoar, Jr., Esq.

Spring 2007 - #10

Special Section: Real Estate Specialization Certification

Spring 2007 - #11

Arguments Against Specialty Certification

by Roger E. Kohn, Esq.

Spring 2007 - #12

Gussets of Land

by Paul S. Gillies, Esq.

Spring 2007 - #13

THE LIGHTER SIDE OF THE LAW Peter Langrock: I Never Considered Any Other...

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