63 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (1978)

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Massachusefts Law'Review

Volume 63

Number 1

J.F. Queenanlr.  .

PRESIDENT'S  M ESSAG E  .......3....................................................... .... 3
ED ITO R'S  M ESSA G E  ............................................................ .. ........ 5
W ALTER  PO W ERS: A  EULO G Y  .............................................................. 7
LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE POOR IN MASSACHUSETTS
John  G . Broo ks  ........ ............9.... .......... ...................... ....... 9
LEGAL MALPRACTICE IN MASSACHUSETTS
David A. Barry ......................................................................... 15
EMPLOYEE NON-COMPETITION AGREEMENTS: A REVIEW OF MASSACHUSETTS LAW
Jam es  M . Hughes . ..................................................... ................ 27
TEACHERS, SCHOOL COMMITTEE, AND TENURE-AN EXPLOSIVE COMBINATION .
Philip M _ Croni.. ......................................................................  35
CASE & STATUTE COMMENTS
Probate Law- Guardian Ad Litem -Withholding of Medical Treatment .................................. 39
Evidence- Admission of Declarations Against Penal Interest- Federal Rule of
Evidence 804(3)(b) Followed in Massachusetts .................................................... 41
Massachusetts Law Review
Editorial Board
1977-1978
Editor in Chief
James F. Queenan, Jr., 311 Main St., Worcester 01608, 791-3511
Managing Editors
Daniel I. iohnedis, Boston
Richard F. McCarthy, Boston
Assodate Editors
Jerry Cohen, Waltham,        Gerald F. O'Neill, Jr. Worcester  CA, Peairs, Jr., Westborough
Philip M. Cronin, Boston     Gerald F. Lucey, Boston     John D, Sharpe, Worcester
Marguerite M. Dolan, Turners Falls  Albeit P. Zabin, Boston  Mitchell Sikora, Ir., Boston
Hon. John M. Creaney, Westfield  David A. McLaughlin, New Bedford
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