Fall 2011, Vol. 5, Issue 4

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FEATURES

Shades of Gray: The Opportunities and Challenges of an Aging Bar
by Gary Toohey


ARTICLES

Practice Tips
Role Reversal: A Lawyer's Jury Service
by Max Heerman

 

Professionalism

Cost Advances
by Mark Pasewark

Economics
2011 Missouri Bar Economic Survey Shows Downturn in Lawyer Income
by Linda Oligschlaeger
 

Technology
How David Bests Goliath in 2011
by Janet Kyle Altman
 

From the Bench
Adversarial Advocacy: Too Much Adversity Can Hurt You
by Judge Jay Quam


COLUMNS

Responsibilities of the Bar: Transitions

by Keith A. Birkes

 

Missouri Legal Trivia
by Joseph Fred Benson

 
Writing It Right
Reason and Passion: Justice Jackson and the Second Flag Salute Case (Part II)
by Douglas E. Abrams


Ethics
Some Conflicts Are Without a Cure
by Melody Nashan

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