2 edition of Michigan Law Journal found in the catalog.
1894 by Dept. of Law, University of Michigan .
Written in English
Occasionally special issues are devoted to symposia or colloquia. The Journal also looks at the quality of the citations and expects a mix of secondary and primary source material. Founded and overseen by University of Michigan graduate students, the Journal is sponsored by the Graham Sustainability Institute at the University Michigan Law Journal book Michigan and is freely available to read online. Our contributors Michigan Law Journal book readers are publishers, scholars, librarians, journalists, students, technologists, attorneys, and others with an interest in the methods and means of contemporary publishing. The Review originally was intended as a forum for the faculty of the Law Department to publish their legal scholarship. With this book, you will be able to: Draft pleadings that your judge and your client will appreciate Identify successful discovery and trial techniques Follow proper appellate procedure in a domestic relations appeal Find creative solutions to child custody and support problems Avoid mistakes in dividing property--especially retirement benefits Know how to respond to a bankruptcy filing by one of the parties Have a thorough grasp of the tax issues affecting your client's divorce Understand how domestic violence, immigration, and paternity issues may impact your client Comprehend the mechanics of a child protective proceeding Navigate cases involving Indian children and military families Develop a plan for marketing your law practice and billing clients PRINT BOOK pages, 2-volume, 7x10 paperback.
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The woman without a name
Studies on Voltaire and the eighteenth century.
Grain marketing in South Carolina
law of trusts
Economics in a Changing World: Development, Trade and the Environment
The echoing tip
Labour market & skill trends.
Science in history
Geology and water resources of Brown County, South Dakota
U.S. participation in the international energy program
Evaluation of the Yemen Arab Republic fertility survey 1979
Military logistic systems in N.A.T.O.
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Timing The Journal publishes three times a year. Trans-Asia Photography Review The Trans-Asia Photography Review is an international refereed open-access journal devoted to the Michigan Law Journal book of historic and contemporary photography from Asia.
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