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The Practical Lawyer - September 2000

In the September 2000 issue, articles on Time To Retire? A Self-Evaluation Guide; How To Become a Law Professor; Coping with Adversity: Your Clients' and Your Own; Using Mediation Techniques To Rescue Endangered Negotiations; Some Practical Pointers for the M&A Due Diligence Process (Part 1)(with Forms)

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Article:

How To Become a Law Professor (10 pp)
By Frank H. Wu

Using Mediation Techniques To Rescue Endangered Negotiations (9 pp)
By James A. Rosenstein

Time To Retire? A Self-Evaluation Guide (4 pp)
By John D. Comer

Coping with Adversity:Your Clients’ and Your Own (11 pp)
By Stephanie Sogg, Ph.D. and Wilton S. Sogg

The Grammatical Lawyer: Just So Much Rhetoric--Part Two (3 pp)
By Michael G. Walsh

The Law of the Lawyer: Entire Controversy Doctrine Not for Legal Malpractice (2 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

The Web-Wise Lawyer: Jurisline and Friends--Reshaping the Legal Landscape
By Frank J. Cavaliere

Form:

Some Practical Suggestions for the M&A Due Diligence Process (Part 1)(with Forms)
By Henry Lesser

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