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2000


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1999 Pro Bono Honor Roll, January, pg. 33
A Commentary on State Farm v. Hannig, 7, pg. 386
A Guide to Mechanics’ Liens in Alabama, May, pg. 202
Alabama State Bar Fall 1999 Admittees, January, pg. 24
Alabama’s Business Taxes: A Change in Direction, March, pg. 111
Alabama’s Code of Legal Ethics, March, pg. 128
APJI’s Contributions to the Legal Profession Enrich Law Schools, September, pg. 268
Arbitration of Statutory Employment Claims, September, pg. 264
ASB 2000 Convention Highlights, November, pg. 320
Authors of Alabama: A Look at the Diverse Work of the State’s Attorneys, September, pg. 250
Bibb Allen: Prominent and Humble Member of the Greatest Generation, January, pg. 61
Book Review–Lawyers in a New South City, September, pg. 272
Book Review–Sins of the Brother, January, pg. 39
Book Review: Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, March, pg. 107
Book Review: The Soulbane Stratagem Business, March, pg. 106
Brasilian Judges Enjoy Second Visit to ASB, March, pg. 121
Divorce and Taxes: What Every Divorce Attorney Should Know about Taxes, March, pg. 116
Ethix Chex: Ethics Potpourri for $50–Fees, Gigabytes, Fellows and Files, January, pg. 64
Ethix Chex: If All Your Friends (?) Could See You Now, 7, pg. 374
Federal Tax Relief for Innocent Spouses: New Opportunities under the IRS Restructuring and Reform Act, May, pg. 204
Historical Development of Alabama’s Workers’ Compensation Law, January, pg. 48
Military Law Committee–Cleanup of Phenix City, 7, pg. 400
Montgomery’s First Lady Combines Role with Judicial Duties, November, pg. 318
Negotiating and Litigating with the Alabama Department of Environmental Management, November, pg. 322
Organ Donation: Lawyers Can Save Lives without Going to Medical School, 7, pg. 379
Permits, Best Management Practices and Construction Sites: Don’t Muddy the Water, or Else!, November, pg. 330
Profile: Larry Wade Morris, May, pg. 154
Proposed Amendment of Rule VI, Rules Governing Admission to the Alabama State Bar, May, pg. 185
Settling Federal Cases on Appeal: A Trap for the Unwary, 7, pg. 396
Solicitation by Any Other Name Is Still Solicitation, May, pg. 190
State Law Local Government Liability: A Primer, September, pg. 256
Stress Management for Lawyers, March, pg. 108
The Doctrine of Caveat Emptor and the Duty to Disclose Material Defects and Other Conditions in the Sale of Single-Family Residential Real Estate: Defining the Home Buyer’s Legal Rights, March, pg. 122
The One-Hour VLP Case, November, pg. 308
The Return-to-Work Statute under the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act, January, pg. 54
The Top Ten Ways of Avoiding Sexual Harassment Liability, May, pg. 194
The VLP and the IRS, 7, pg. 376
War Stories, 7, pg. 381
War Stories, November, pg. 317
What Every Lawyer Should Know–Recent Amendments to the Alabama Rules of Appellate Procedure, 7, pg. 382
www.yourclient.com: Choosing Domain Names and Protecting Trademarks on the Internet, January, pg. 40

1999


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Additional Amendments to the Rules of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, January, pg. 68
Alabama Law Foundation Fellows Dinner, May, pg. 158
Alabama State Bar 1999 Spring Admittees, September, pg. 241
Alabama State Bar Volunteer Lawyers Program Receives National Fellowship, 7, pg. 393
Alabama Students Named Medal Winners on Law Day, September, pg. 247
Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution and Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution Celebrate Five Years of Accomplishments, 7, pg. 387
Alabama’s Minority Attorneys, 7, pg. 410
Alternatives to Litigating Y2K Disputes, March, pg. 106
Arbitration: Post-Award Procedures, November, pg. 314
ASB Annual Meeting Highlights, November, pg. 350
ASB Pro Bono Award Winners, November, pg. 335
ASB Volunteer Lawyers Program Leadership Councils, November, pg. 312
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Barbour County, March, pg. 98
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – British Isles (While on vacation), January, pg. 30
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Henry County, May, pg. 170
Business Torts from a Plaintiff’s Perspective, 7, pg. 415
Committee on Access to Legal Services Honors Volunteers, January, pg. 41
Contingency fee contract in collection of child support arrearage cases impermissible absent extraordinary circumstances, January, pg. 32
Dedication of Justice John McKinley Federal Building, September, pg. 262
Democracy in the Dark (Bar Visitors from Kazakhstan), May, pg. 153
Democracy in the Dark, May, pg. 153
Do Something Different, 7, pg. 385
Employer Liability in Sexual Harassment Cases: Two New U.S. Supreme Court Decisions, January, pg. 43
Ethical propriety of a lawyer knowingly filing a lawsuit in a wrong venue, May, pg. 201
Federal and State Trial Courts Adopt Standards for Professional Conduct, November, pg. 348
Helping Clients with Tax Debts, November, pg. 325
It Was about Power and Judicial Independence, May, pg. 196
JIC Advisory Opinions on the Internet, September, pg. 236
Judicial Reform in Alabama: A Reflection, May, pg. 185
Judicial Review of Administrative Agency Actions under the Alabama Administrative Agency Procedure Act, September, pg. 257
Justice McKinley Honored, 7, pg. 379
Lawyers Moving From One Firm To Another – What Are the Ethical Problems Involved In Changing Firms?, March, pg. 102
Litigation Cost Controls and the Professional Obligations of Insurance Defense Lawyers, November, pg. 336
Local Bar Award of Achievement, May, pg. 181
Marker Honors Alabama State Bar, January, pg. 47
Mobile Bar Association Celebrates 130th Anniversary, September, pg. 248
Newest Additions to the Alabama State Bar, September, pg. 248
President-Elect Profiles: Richard H. Gill and Samuel A. Rumore, Jr., May, pg. 148
Reflections on the 25th Anniversary of the Judicial Article, May, pg. 182
Remarks of Fred D. Gray: Pepperdine University School of Law Commencement Convocation, November, pg. 291
Respecting the Rules: The Legislature Tinkers with Rule 23, 7, pg. 404
Sex Offender Registration and Notification: The Constitution vs. Public Safety, March, pg. 112
Should This Case Be Appealed?, March, pg. 106
Should This Case Be Appealed?, March, pg. 107
State Bar Names New MCLE and VLP Directors, March, pg. 129
Stress! Stressed! Stressed Out!, November, pg. 332
The Alabama Ethics Law: A Retrospective, September, pg. 264
The Alabama Lawyer Assistance Program, January, pg. 56
The Alabama Religious Freedom Amendment: A Lawyer’s Guide, 7, pg. 396
The Art of Intervention: Get Tough, May, pg. 180
The Birmingham Pledge–A Lawyer Who has Made a Difference, 7, pg. 414
The New Litigative Environment – Defending a Client in Parallel Civil and Criminal Proceedings, January, pg. 48
Third party auditing of lawyer’s billing – confidentiality problems and interference with representation, January, pg. 35
Unique Alabama Trust and Estate Income Tax Rules Create Traps for Alabama Lawyers, September, pg. 249
Why a Women’s Section?, November, pg. 340
Witness Statements, March, pg. 119

1998


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A Practitioner’s Guide to the Alabama Age Discrimination Act of 1997, March, pg. 108
A Practitioner’s Guide to the Basics of the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, January, pg. 33
A Survey of Alabama Lawyers: 1998 , 7, pg. 376
A Survey of Alabama Lawyers: 1998, 7, pg. 376
A Survey of Alabama Lawyers: 1998, May, pg. 144
ADR at Cumberland School of Law of Samford University, September, pg. 258
ADR at the University of Alabama School of Law, September, pg. 257
Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution, September, pg. 236
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Butler County, May, pg. 150
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Conecuh County, January, pg. 26
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Crenshaw County, September, pg. 214
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Jefferson County, November, pg. 296
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Pike County, 7, pg. 358
Community Punishment and Corrections of Adults in Alabama, May, pg. 158
Corporate representation – parent subsidiaries – conflict of interest, November, pg. 298
Drinking and Driving in Alabama: The Facts, the Law, and Possible Solutions, November, pg. 304
Enjoying the ‘Pay Off’ for All Your Hard Work – Personal Money Management for Lawyers, May, pg. 144
Environmental Law Section Initiates Community Service Project, September, pg. 259
Ethical obligations when representing public bodies, March, pg. 91
Facilitative Mediation or Evaluative Mediation: May Your Choice Be a Wise One, September, pg. 246
Governor Signs Executive Order Encouraging Use of Mediation by State Agencies, September, pg. 255
Judicial Restraint and the Doctrine of Separation of Powers, May, pg. 166
Making Your Appeals More Appealing: Appellate Judges Talk About Appellate Practice, November, pg. 321
Mediation Comes of Age in Alabama, September, pg. 239
Mediation Q & A, September, pg. 218
Net Ethics: Concerns Regarding E-Mail and World Wide Web Use by Attorneys, January, pg. 44
New Life for Alabama Rule of Civil Procedure 56(f) – Affidavits, January, pg. 41
O Yea! O Yea! An Alabama Lawyer Goes to London, 7, pg. 383
Payment of Expert and Lay Witnesses, January, pg. 55
Plaintiff Counsel Contracting Former Employees of Corporate Defendant, May, pg. 156
Punitive Damages in Alabama After BMW v. Gore: Are Outcomes Any More Predictable?, November, pg. 314
Recent Decisions, 7, pg. 396
Report on Mediation Pilot Project of the Montgomery County Family Court, September, pg. 250
Respecting the Rules: Using and Misusing Rule 14, May, pg. 173
Retention storage destruction and disposition of client files, 7, pg. 365
Rules on the Alabama State Bar Resolution of Fee Disputes, September, pg. 251
The Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution, Inc., September, pg. 237
The Alabama Ethics Law for Lawyers, March, pg. 101
The Institute for Dispute Resolution at Jones School of Law, September, pg. 257
The Montgomery Community Dispute Resolution Program, September, pg. 256
The Right to Court-Appointed Counsel in Extradition Proceedings, March, pg. 94
Year 2000 – Remember Noah (Y2K, etc.), 7, pg. 371

1997


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Advertising general, January, pg. 53
Alabama’s Arbitration Cases: Where Does the Non-Signatory Stand?, September, pg. 246
Alabama’s Poverty Industry, September, pg. 234
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Choctaw County, May, pg. 142
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Clarke County, September, pg. 204
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Lowndes County, January, pg. 16
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Monroe County, 7, pg. 330
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Washington County, March, pg. 80
Civil Procedure Update: A Survey of Recent Case Law Interpreting the Rules, March, pg. 108
Civilian Representation of the Military Client, November, pg. 288
Consumer Finance – The Fuel That Drives the Economy, September, pg. 230
Criminalization of Asset Transfers In Medicaid Planning, May, pg. 164
Discovery in Criminal Cases: Obtaining Evidence and Information Necessary for an Effective Defense, 7, pg. 352
Elder Law: Pitfalls for the Unwary, May, pg. 160
Electronic Evidence: Discovery in the Computer Age, May, pg. 176
Employment of disbarred or suspended attorneys, March, pg. 106
Limited Liability Partnerships, September, pg. 242
Obligation of law firm to deliver client files to a lawyer who has left the firm, May, pg. 168
Opening Courts (October 7, 1996), January, pg. 37
Piercing the Corporate Veil Under Alabama Law: Legal Standards and Evidentiary Factors, May, pg. 170
Problems Applying the Life of Georgia v. Johnson Case in the Product Liability Setting: Where Do We Go With Punitive Damages After BMW v. Gore?, January, pg. 46
Qualified Immunity and Its Evolution in the Eleventh Circuit, November, pg. 300
Respecting the Rules: The Lowe – Edgar Aberration Endangers the Integrity of Rules 18(c), 20, 21, and 42(b), January, pg. 54
Restrictions on a lawyer’s right to practice law, November, pg. 294
Retention storage destruction and disposition of client files, 7, pg. 368
Taxability of Punitive Damages, March, pg. 96
The Ethics of Time-Based Billing by Attorneys, January, pg. 40
The Faces of Pro Bono, 7, pg. 342
The Tiger Turns 90 – A Tribute to Martin Leigh Harrison’, March, pg. 103
What Every Lawyer Should Know About Reaffirmation and Redemption in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Cases, November, pg. 296
Where to Turn in a Post-Punitive Damages World: The ‘Qui Tam’ Provisions of the False Claims Act, 7, pg. 356
Why Was Your Petition for a Writ of Certiorari Denied? The Importance of Procedural Compliance With Rule 39, Ala.R.App.P, 7, pg. 348

1996


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A Basic Understanding of Sexual Harassment, March, pg. 105
A Practitioner’s Guide to Affirmative Defenses in Alabama, March, pg. 86
A Practitioner’s Guide to Alabama’s Tort of Bad Faith, November, pg. 277
Alabama’s Amended Ethics Law, January, pg. 34
Attorney representing a public entity which comes within scope of Sunshine Law conferring with client in closed session, March, pg. 83
Attorney representing a public entity which comes within scope of Sunshine Law conferring with client in closed session, November, pg. 308
Bad Faith: Does it Apply to Sureties in Alabama?, September, pg. 241
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Bullock County, March, pg. 145
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Montgomery County, Part I, November, pg. 293
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Montgomery County, Part II, 7, pg. 349
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Russell County, March, pg. 76
Child support programs – ethical procedures, November, pg. 361
Domestic relations fees, March, pg. 151
Foundations in Pluralism: A Learning Experience for Judges, November, pg. 300
Fraud: Recent Developments in Alabama, May, pg. 165
Injuries and Loss of Earnings, May, pg. 176
Law Practice: A Place for Moral Values, May, pg. 158
Life of Georgia: A Bold New Frontier – Punitive Damages and Pre-Verdict Procedures, September, pg. 225
N. Lee Cooper – Alabamian Set to Lead American Bar Association, September, pg. 220
Parham H. Williams, Jr. – Showing the Way to What is Best in Our Profession Howard, March, pg. 153
Recent Decisions, 7, pg. 364
Supreme Court of Alabama – Feat of Clay, September, pg. 236
The ABCs of E.R.I.S.A.: An Alabama Perspective (Employee Retirement Income Security Act), November, pg. 356
The Alabama Claims (History – Civil War Exploits), 7, pg. 339
Title IX – Gender Equity Meets the Sports Pages, March, pg. 98
Wrestling With the Intentional Injury Exclusion, 7, pg. 376
Young Lawyer’s Section, November, pg. 311
Young Lawyers’ Section, March, pg. 124

1995


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Alabama Dispute Resolution Foundation – a Commitment to the Betterment of Society and Our Profession, 7, pg. 341
Allied-Bruce Terminix, Inc. v. Dobson: Widespread Enforcement of Arbitration Agreements Arrives in Alabama, September, pg. 238
Associated Businesses and Use of the Disclaimer, January, pg. 18
Attention Trustees: Is Real Property in the Corpus Secure from Civil Forfeiture Under 21 U.S.C. Section 881?, March, pg. 83
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Autauga County, March, pg. 78
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Dallas County, January, pg. 12
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Elmore County Revisited, January, pg. 20
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Elmore County, May, pg. 143
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Lee County, 7, pg. 336
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Macon County, September, pg. 207
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Mobile County Revisited, November, pg. 274
Bus Ride to Justice reviewed by, September, pg. 213
Bus Ride to Justice, September, pg. 213
Caveat Iurisperitus: F.D.C.P.A. Applies to Litigation Activities, 7, pg. 348
Client instability and ethical obligations, September, pg. 227
Conflict of interest – general, 7, pg. 351
Conflict of interest – general, March, pg. 96
Conflict of interest – general, May, pg. 156
Dedication Speech, Judge Frank M. Johnson Historical Marker, 7, pg. 286
Disqualification in Criminal Cases, November, pg. 284
Fraudulent Suppression’s Duty to Disclose – Has the Exception Swallowed the Rule?, September, pg. 231
If I Have to Explain Why You Wouldn’t Understand (Lawyers on Harley-Davidson Motorcycles), 7, pg. 358
Legal Services and the Mobile Bar Association Join Hands to Help Poor People, January, pg. 41
Liability of a Municipality Under Alabama Law, January, pg. 35
Montgomery County Bar Association Establishes New Volunteer Lawyers Program, September, pg. 236
Not So Fast – Turning Down That Co-Employee Liability Case Can Cost the Injured Employee and You Money, January, pg. 45
Pitfalls in Estate Planning With IRAs, January, pg. 20
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder vs. Pseudo Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, March, pg. 90
Psychotherapy and the Law, January, pg. 44
Real Estate Mortgages and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Practice in Alabama – Current Overview and Practice Suggestions, May, pg. 174
Representing clients before a state agency when a partner serves as the hearing officer for said agency, January, pg. 30
Risk / Utility or Consumer Expectation, May, pg. 166
Saving Tammy Ferrell’s Land: A Legal Services Case, March, pg. 110
Sex-Based Wage Discrimination: Recovery Under the Equal Pay Act, Title VII or Both, November, pg. 294
Superior Estate Planning Documents: Going the Extra Mile, May, pg. 150
The Cloudy Future of Affirmative Action, January, pg. 24
The Mediation Alternative: Participating in a Problem-Solving Process, March, pg. 100
The Nuts and Bolts of Civil Appeals, November, pg. 304
The Third Citizens’ Conference on Alabama State Courts, September, pg. 243
Tort Liability for the Criminal Acts of Third Parties, March, pg. 112
Unauthorized Practice of Law, November, pg. 288
Wanted: Legal Employment – Job Hunt a Struggle for Alabama Grads, January, pg. 41
You Can Get There From Here: Program Accessibility Requirements Under the Americans With Disabilities Act, 7, pg. 363

1994


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The Alabama Class Action – Part II Gregory, May, pg. 158
1993: The Year of the ROM – CD ROM for Alabama Lawyers, January, pg. 46
A Practitioner’s Guide to Setting Aside Default Judgements, November, pg. 297
A Practitioner’s Guide to Setting Aside Default Judgments, November, pg. 297
A Tribute to Reggie Hamner – Calling a Spade a Spade, November, pg. 273
A Tribute to Reggie Hamner – Copy Reggie Hamner, November, pg. 275
A Tribute to Reggie Hamner – The Constant Professional, November, pg. 272
An Introduction to the Alabama Water Resource Act, May, pg. 176
An Introduction to The Alabama Water Resources Act, May, pg. 176
Attorney / Witness, November, pg. 289
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Chilton, January, pg. 17
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Green, May, pg. 146
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Hale, September, pg. 211
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Marengo, 7, pg. 337
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Perry, March, pg. 79
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Sumter, November, pg. 285
Contracts to act as a substitute counsel for indigent defendants, 7, pg. 342
Equitable Funding for Alabama’s Schools: A Summary of the Liability and Remedy Orders in the Case of Alabama Coalition for Equity, Inc., et. al. vs. Guy Hunt and Mary Harper et. al. vs. Guy Hunt, 7, pg. 354
Financing agreements for legal fees, January, pg. 20
Liability of Professional for Negligent Certification, September, pg. 226
Liability of Professionals for Negligent Certification, September, pg. 226
Overview of Alabama Taxes, 7, pg. 369
Pattern and Practice: Discovery and the Use of Evidence – A Defendant’s Perspective, September, pg. 233
Percentage Fees in Foreclosure Sales, September, pg. 214
Professional fees disbursements and other expenses, May, pg. 190
Remarks, January, pg. 43
The Alabama Class Action – Part I, March, pg. 105
The Alabama Class Action – Part II, May, pg. 158
The Alabama State Bar Quality of Life Survey Results, May, pg. 152
The Tort of Outrage in Alabama: Emerging Trends in Sexual Harassment, January, pg. 33
What Is This Thing Called UST?, September, pg. 220
Who Represents the Poor?, 7, pg. 382
Wrongful Birth: A Practitioner’s Guide to a New Arrival, March, pg. 84
Wrongful Supervision: New Attention on an Old Tort, March, pg. 96

1993


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A Double Standard Dilemma – Enforcing Arbitration Agreements in Alabama, January, pg. 38
ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center, January, pg. 36
ADAP’s Rural / Minority Outreach and Assistance Program Completes a Successful Year, September, pg. 325
African-American Females Making a Difference in the Alabama Legal Profession, May, pg. 170
Alabama Tort Law Handbook reviewed by, January, pg. 23
An Old Tradition with a New Mission – The American Inns of Court, November, pg. 381
An Overview of Jury Trials: Legal and Procedural Considerations, May, pg. 175
An Overview of the Application of the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 to Employees of Private Employers, November, pg. 390
Batson Challenges from the Perspective of a Trial Judge, September, pg. 320
Batson: From an Appellate Judge’s Viewpoint, September, pg. 316
Beware of Tax Liens and the IRS Right of Redemption after Foreclosure, January, pg. 46
Black Pioneer Lawyers in Alabama – Living Legends, May, pg. 156
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Calhoun County Revisited , March, pg. 90
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Chambers, May, pg. 152
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Coosa, November, pg. 364
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Mobile County, July, pg. 228
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Randolph, March, pg. 87
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Talladega, January, pg. 12
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Tallapoosa, September, pg. 297
Comparative Fault: A Primer, January, pg. 56
Computer Access to Courts, May, pg. 206
Confidentiality Agreements, May, pg. 194
Contingent fees in child support cases, January, pg. 20
Copyright Law Surprises for Non-Copyright Lawyers, July, pg. 240
Ex Parte Contracts in Social Security Cases, July, pg. 252
Faith and Order: The Reconciliation of Law and Religion reviewed by, November, pg. 367
Helping Others Helps Us All: Law Students Donate Services, January, pg. 52
Junk Science: What To Do When It Happens To You (Expert Witnesses), March, pg. 117
Kids’ Chance (Benefits of I.O.L.T.A.), March, pg. 106
Lawyers and Doctors Join Forces Against Drug Abuse, January, pg. 16
Limited liability company for attorneys in Alabama, November, pg. 379
Lonely is the Lawyer, May, pg. 191
Myth Information: CD ROM and Legal Research, March, pg. 114
Non-Refundable Retainers, May, pg. 194
Opening of Court Ceremony (October 5, 1992), January, pg. 24
Oppression of Minority Shareholders: Contract Not Tort, March, pg. 128
Products Liability and Contributory Negligence, July, pg. 261
Retention storage destruction and disposition of client files, September, pg. 313
Reviewed the Book Alabama Tort Law Handbook, January, pg. 23
Reviewed the Book Faith and Order: The Reconciliation of Law and Religion Judge, November, pg. 367
The Alabama Capital Representation Resource Center (I.O.L.T.A.), March, pg. 107
The Alabama Limited Liability Company Act: A New Entity Choice, July, pg. 232
The Law … Should Be Accessible to Every Man At All Times (Benefits of I.O.L.T.A.), January, pg. 22
The Unauthorized Practice of Law?, March, pg. 110
The Uninvited Guest (Environmental Lawyers in Bankruptcy Courts), July, pg. 254
Unlawful Detainer and Eviction, March, pg. 92
Women in the Law, November, pg. 373

1992


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A Helping Hand, September, pg. 357
Access to Justice – Establishing a Pro Bono Project, Part I, January, pg. 51
Access to Justice – Establishing a Pro Bono Project, Part II, March, pg. 129
Asa Roundtree Comes Home, July, pg. 254
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Bibb, September, pg. 308
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Fayette, January, pg. 28
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Lamar, March, pg. 104
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Pickens County, May, pg. 176
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Shelby, November, pg. 396
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Tuscaloosa, July, pg. 247
Civil Court Mediation Rules, July, pg. 250
Commercial Litigation in the United States Claims Court, September, pg. 334
Commercial Litigation in the United States Supreme Court, September, pg. 334
Disaster Response: Do You Know the Bar’s Plan?, July, pg. 267
District Attorney conflict of interest, March, pg. 132
Emphasis on Environmental Disclosure, July, pg. 262
Entertainment Law: Is There Such an Animal and Could There Be One in Alabama?, November, pg. 400
Environmental Considerations in Real Estate and Other Business Transactions, January, pg. 31
Ex Parte Interviews with Corporate Party Employees, September, pg. 312
Helping the Alcoholic Colleague, September, pg. 359
In the Spirit of Public Service, November, pg. 436
Is an Objection to the Form Enough?, September, pg. 377
Legal Services Corporation of Alabama Continues Its Efforts to Provide Quality Legal Services to Needy Persons, March, pg. 100
Literature for Lawyers: A New Approach to an Old Subject, July, pg. 271
Litigating Minority Shareholder Rights and the New Tort of Oppression, March, pg. 108
Negotiating and Litigating Computer Contracts, November, pg. 404
New Alabama Worker’s Compensation Act, September, pg. 365
Reassessment of the Lawyer’s Discovery Responsibilities, July, pg. 278
Regulation by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management, January, pg. 23
Regulation by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management, July, pg. 23
Remarks at Opening of Court Ceremony (1991-92 Term), January, pg. 12
Remarks on the Dedication of the Frank M. Johnson Building, July, pg. 275
Silviculture Practices and Environmental Law, January, pg. 38
Smart Moves to Beat the Recession – How Your Legal Support Staff Can Make a Difference, March, pg. 120
The Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990: Expensive, Confusing and Possibly Jail Time for Non-Compliance, January, pg. 46
The Rule on Exclusion of Witnesses – Beyond the Courtroom, March, pg. 126
The Unauthorized Practice of Law?, September, pg. 363
Uniform Guidelines for Attorney Fee Declarations, January, pg. 55
When is a Bankruptcy Lurking in the Shadows of a Divorce Case?, November, pg. 418

1991


Browse 1991 issues
 
A Colleague’s Perspective of Frank Johnson, November, pg. 319
Advertising general, March, pg. 80
Alabama State Bar Volunteer Lawyers Program – Pro Bono Publico Service in Alabama, November, pg. 357
Alternative Dispute Resolution: An Introduction, May, pg. 126
Anecdotes from Judge Johnson’s Wife, Ruth, November, pg. 321
Bank Customer Privacy in Alabama, January, pg. 40
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Baldwin County, July, pg. 200
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Bay Minette, July, pg. 200
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Bessemer, March, pg. 84
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Calhoun, September, pg. 268
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Cleburne, May, pg. 162
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Daphne, July, pg. 200
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Jefferson County, January, pg. 14
Building Alabama’s Courthouses – St. Clair, November, pg. 332
Conflict of interest among clients, September, pg. 274
Court Reporting in the 1990’s, March, pg. 98
Courting the Ideal Lawyer, November, pg. 361
Emphasis on Integrity: Frank Johnson and the Administration of Criminal Justice, November, pg. 338
Failure to Read This Article May Result In the Dismissal of Your Appeal, September, pg. 252
Is That All There Is, January, pg. 56
Judge Johnson’s Speech at the Dedication of the Robert S. Vance Federal Building, January, pg. 17
Legal Assistants: A Growing Role in the Practice of Law in Alabama, July, pg. 214
Mediation in Alabama, May, pg. 133
Medicare as a Second Payer Where Services are Reimbursable Under Automobile Medical, No-fault or Any Liability Insurance, January, pg. 46
Modifying Child Custody Decisions Because of Indiscreet Sexual Behavior – Changing Times and an Elusive Standard, January, pg. 36
Nonpartisan Judicial Elections and the State Bar, May, pg. 156
Office sharing, November, pg. 346
Opinions of the General Counsel, November, pg. 346
Possible Appellate Court Restructuring in Alabama, March, pg. 77
Punitive Damages – A Historical Perspective, September, pg. 262
Questions and Answers with Judge Frank Johnson, November, pg. 328
Referral for-profit program, January, pg. 57
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, July, pg. 194
Slovak Lawyers Hit Alabama: Jana & Jana, July, pg. 208
Statute of Limitations Under the Alabama Legal Services Liability Act, September, pg. 276
The Alabama Uniform Condominium Act of 1991, September, pg. 294
The Mini-Trial and Summary Jury Trials, May, pg. 150
The Need for Tax Reform in Alabama, July, pg. 189
The Soviet Experiment, March, pg. 106
Use of attorney’s trade-names for communications, May, pg. 142
Video Court Reporting: What Judges and Lawyers Think, March, pg. 95
Videorecording Court Proceedings Comes to Alabama, March, pg. 92
Videotape as the Official Record of Trail, March, pg. 94
Videotape as the Official Record of Trial, March, pg. 94
Videotaping of Court Proceedings, March, pg. 91