What's New

Ashman, Allan
May 1983
American Bar Association Journal;May83, Vol. 69 Issue 5, p670
Academic Journal
Reports on several cases and their relevance to lawyers and the practice of law in the U.S. Details of the cases; Legal precedents; Policy implications on the justice system.


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