Constitutional Law... public's 'right to know'

Ashman, Allan
September 1978
American Bar Association Journal;Sep78, Vol. 64 Issue 9, p1427
Academic Journal
Presents an update on the rulings of various U.S. courts on several cases as of September 1978. Sixth Circuit's reaffirmation of its earlier support of busing in the Dayton, Ohio, public schools; New York trial court ruling that the sale of a divorce kit does not alone constitute the giving of legal advice that would constitute the unauthorized practice of law; Supreme Court of Colorado's adoption of the Restatement (Second) of Torts rule and abolition of the impact requirement in cases involving negligent conduct.


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