71 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (1986)

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VOLUMEAW  REVNUMBER 1

March 1986

IN TIS ISSUE

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President's Message
Michael S. Greco
Inth Annual Report to the Bar on the
State of the Massachusetts Judiciary
Honorable Edward E Hennessey
Human Freedom and State Constitutional Law
Henry Clay

Litigating a Special Education Appeal
Ellen Janos and Terry Jean Seligmann

Case & Statute Comments
Consumer Protection Law-Requirements that
Both Parties Have a Place of Business in
Massachusetts-Chapter 278 of Acts of 1985
Practice and Procedure-Summary Judgment-
Partial Summary Judgment-Failure of
Plaintiff to File Opposing Affidavit
Opinions of the Committee on Professional Ethics

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1985-1986
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