14 Clearinghouse Rev. [i] (1980-1981)

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1   Some Rules for Community Lawyers,
MichaelJ. Fox
7   Fair Housing vs. Fair Housing:
The Problems with Providing Increased
Housing Opportunities Through
Spatial Deconcentration,
John 0. Calmore
19   Comity and Res Judicata: Parallel
Proceedings in State and Federal
Courts, Arthur B. LaFrance
25   New Support Services Available in
Mental Disability Law, Mental Health
Law Project
26   New Emphasis on On the Job
Performance in Upgrading Bad
Discharges, National Veterans Law
Center
27   DOL Tests New Employment and
Training Program for Welfare
Population, Center on Social Welfare
Policy and Law
30   TRO Issued Against State Version of
Hyde Amendment, National Health
Law Program
31   The Adjustment of Public Benefit
Payments for Inflation, National Social
Science and Law Project
32   Advocating Access to Counsel for
Indigent Juveniles During Pretrial
Detention, National Center for
Youth Law
33   The Employment Initiative Program,
Research Institute on LegalAssistance
35   Consumer and Energy News, National
Consumer Law Center
36   Federal Register Highlights
38   Case Developments
38   Attorneys/Legal Services
39   Automobiles/Drivers' Licenses
39   Civil Procedure
40   Civil Rights
41   Consumer
44   Criminal Law and Procedure
45   Domestic Relations
47   Education
49   Elections
49   Employment
52   Environmental Law
53   Food Programs
53   Handicapped
55   Health
58   Housing
61   Immigration
61   Juveniles
63   Landlord/Tenant
64   Mental Health
65   Migrants
65   Native Americans
66   Prisons
68   Public Transportation
68   Public Utilities
69   Social Security
71   Unemployment Compensation
74   Welfare
79   Bibliography
84   Management of Legal Services
84   Beyond Monitoring: Developing New
Regional Office Strategies for Program
Oversight, Larry Hirschhorn
87   The Clarification Conference:
A Valuable Management Tool,
Robert W, North
93   Casetable
VOL. 14, NO. 1, MAY 1980

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