73 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (1988)

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President's Message
John M. Callahan

TWelfth Annual Report To The Bar
Honorable Edward E Hennesey

Professional Liability:
Malpractice Dilemmas Currently Confronting Attorneys
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Part I
Steven J. Cohen, Stephen M. Honig, Daniel D. Levenson and
Tina M. Traficanti
Recent Developments in Community Growth Control:
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Mark Bobrowski

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