3 Fam. Advoc. [i] (1980-1981)

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David H. Kelsey
Miles N. Beermann
Jack A. Rounick
Paul Fernald
Monroe Inker
Robert H. Meier
Judge Bertram Polow
Penelope Mercurio
Mark A. Goldman
B.K. Childers and
M.M. Jennings
Judge Bernard B. Wolfe
Gerald L. Nissenbaum
& Stephen L. Lipman

2   Creating an Appellate Record
6   Winning an Appeal
12   Proving that the Accountant's
Testimony Doesn't Add Up
18   Puncturing the Pretensions of
a Psychiatric Witness
20   More Tips on Cross-Examining Experts
22   Hiring a Private Eye Still Makes Sense
25   Expanding Fields
Marvin v. Marvin:
26   Representing the Plaintiff
27   Representing the Defendant
30   Legal Theories Available
for a Marvin case
37   Making a Federal Case
38   The Paths of Discovery
47   Newsletter
Cover by John Neubauer/Robert Woolley

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Copyright 0 1980 by the Section of Family Law
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