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Vol. 22, No. 3

Articles Page #
Judges: Circuit Court Off to Smooth Start1
President’s Perspective: Could You Pass The Test?2
Morning Mail: Ethics Questions Raised by Insurance Settlements2
Opinion: A Client’s Perspective: Don’t Waste Your Money on Lawyers4
Opinion: Performance Reviews for Judges Need to be Public5
Shape the Future: Apply for NHBA Leadership Academy7
LawLine Thanks Five Attorneys from Plymouth and Manchester9
In Memoriam: Joseph Normand Jacques10
In Memoriam: Joseph F. Wundrock10
NH Bar Foundation: Six Join Foundation Board10
In Memoriam: Hon. Douglas Roberts Gray10
Legal Community News11
Japan Confers Award on Charles Doleac12
Worker’s Comp and Personal Injury:
Margeson Establishes Tests for Compensable Risks
Worker’s Comp and Personal Injury: Five Key Things to Remember When Pursuing a Post-Settlement Contribution Action15
Worker’s Comp and Personal Injury:
Representing a Business Client in a Worker’s Comp. Insurance Audit
Worker’s Comp and Personal Injury:
A Better Understanding of the Substantial Contribution Test
Liberty and Justice for Some:
State Budget Cuts Imperil Americans’ Access To Courts
New Lawyers' Column: First Impressions and How to Make them Count28
Lawyer’s Life: A Bar Exam Story: Thank Goodness for Admission by Waiver29
New Law Resolves Muchmore Problems30
Communication Tips for Divorce Clients30
Book Review: The Trials of Zion By Alan M. Dershowitz31
Pro Bono Honor Roll - June 201132
Welcome New Admittees33
Reduced Fee Honor Roll34
Improvements Still to Come for Circuit Court, Judges Say36
How Lawyers Can Help the Clogged Courts36
Court Briefs37
NH Supreme Court At-a-Glance - July 201139
Supreme Court Orders42
US District Court Decision Listing - July 201144
US Bankrupcty Court Opinion Summary45
NH Supreme Court Professional Conduct Committee45

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