83 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (1998-1999)

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VOLUME 83

LAW REVIEW

IN THIS ISSUE

Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Bar Association
Keynote Address
Chief Justice Herbert P. Wilkins
Will Contests under Probate Rule 16
William F. Kehoe
Mandatory Arbitration of Teacher Dismissals and Other
Discipline under the Education Reform Act
Henry G. Stewart and Sally Adams
Case and Statute Comments
Negligent Misrepresentation - Liability of Professionals
to Third Persons
Criminal Law - Ineffective Assistance of Counsel
Commonwealth v. Egardo, Commonwealth v. Amirault
and Commonwealth v. Bait. B

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