California Bar Journal
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 1999
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California Bar Journal

The State Bar of California


REGULARS

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Front Page - October 1999
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News
Johnson confirmed for second term as bar's top prosecutor
Courts serve up mixed rulings on State Bar
Ethics association elects Karpman president
Six new governors join bar board
New group targets health care fraud
Public law section creates online library of public law links
JoAnne Spears honored
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Trials Digest
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Opinion
Slaying an imaginary dragon
The perfect ending: Results
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From the President - This bar year ends on a high note
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Letters to the Editor
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Public Comment
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Legal Tech - Tips for network administrators
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New Products & Services
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1999 Honors
State Bar cites pro bono service
Young lawyers salute San Diego sole practitioner for outstanding service
State Bar hails 'lawyer's lawyer'
Aided by attorney, parolee cited, hired
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MCLE Self-Study
The Rigors of Fee Agreements
Self-Assessment Test
MCLE Calendar of Events
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Discipline
Ethics Byte - Before you sue for fees, think again
Woman who impersonated husband ordered reinstated
Attorney Discipline
Public law section creates online library of public law links
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In order to facilitate low-cost internet research, the State Bar's public law section has created an online library of public law links for traditionally disadvantaged communities.

The library and the section's web site, which contains information on legislative monitoring and excerpts from the Public Law journal, can be accessed from the bar's web page at www.calbar.org. Section members receive a free e-mailed copy of internet links.

The library was created by Jeremy March and Mark Boehme, members of the section's executive committee, with the help of a grant from the Foundation of the State Bar.

The public law section, founded in 1976, provides a voice in the mainstream bar for local, state and federal government lawyers, as well as private lawyers specializing in public law practice areas such as land use, condemnation and administrative law.