79 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (1994)

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Medicaid Planning After OBRA-93:
Placing the Home in a Revocable Trust
Peter M. Macy
Liability for Public Duties Under the Tort Claims Act:
The Legislature Reconsiders the Public Duty Rule
Joseph W. Glannon
Annual Report on the State of the Massachusetts Judiciary 1993
Chief Justice Paul J. Liacos
Case & Statute Comment
Registered Land-Extension of Actual Notice Rule
to Owners Protects Interests in Land
Opinions of the Committee on Professional Ethics
Opinion Nos. 94-1, 94-2 and 94-3

Cover photo of the Greenfield Courthouse, Franklin County, by George Peet.
 Keller and Peet Associates 1994. All rights reserved.
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