13 Clearinghouse Rev. [i] (1979-1980)

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1    The New Law of Bankruptcy: A Fresh
Start for Legal Services Lawyers,
Henry Sommer
13   The Application and Meaning of the
Duty of Fair Representation:
Representing the Wrongfully
Discharged Worker, Steven Savner
20   Consumer and Energy News,
National Consumer Law Center
22   Consumers Demand Effective Hill-
Burton Regulations, National Health
Law Program
23   Federal Practice Notes
25   Legislative Column
29   Case Developments
29   Attorneys/Legal Services
30   Automobiles/Drivers' Licenses
30   Bankruptcy
30   Civil Procedure
32   Civil Rights
32   Consumer
34   Criminal Law and Procedure
34   Domestic Relations
36   Education
37   Employment
40   Food Programs
40   Handicapped
41   Health
46   Housing
49  Immigration
49   Landlord/Tenant
50   Mental Health
51   Migrants
52   Native Americans
53   Prisons
54   Public Utilities
55   Senior Citizens
56   Social Security
57   Taxation
57   Unemployment Compensation
58   Welfare
64   Bibliography
69   Management of Legal Services
69   The CRLA Experience in
Secretarial Traininq
71   Secretarial Training: The First
Time Around
73   Legal Training for Non-Attorney
Staff Members
75   Region VIII Administrators'
Association
78   The Librarian in Legal Services
Programs
81   Casetable

VOL. 13, NO. 1, MAY 1979

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