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Volume 25 No.5 September/October2012


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President’s Message: Looking Ahead
by Lori W. Nelson

Commission Message: Modest Means Lawyer Referral Program: How You Can Make this Program Work for Your Practice
by Hon. Su J. Chon

Article: Twombly and Iqbal: How the Supreme Court has Radically Redefined Access to the Federal Courts
by Aaron S. Bartholomew

Article: The New Respect for Justice George Sutherland
by Andrew M. Morse

Article: Five Proportionality Principles That Can Reduce eDiscovery Costs and Burdens
by Philip J. Favro

Article: How to Develop and Maintain Good and Lasting Client Relationships With In-House Corporate Counsel
by Virginia Smith & Paul Tyler

Utah Law Developments: The Limited Scope of the Wrongful Lien Statute
by Michael Barnhill

Book Review: The Death Penalty: Debating the Moral, Legal, and Political Issues Edited by Robert M. Baird & Stuart E. Rosenbaum
Reviewed by Ralph Dellapiana

Focus on Ethics & Civility: When it Comes to Ethics and Civility, Don’t Use Your Head
by Keith A. Call

Article: Looking for the Lorax on Utah’s Capitol Hill: SB 11 and the Re-Balkanization of State Agency Administrative Procedures
by Alvin Robert Thorup

State Bar News

Young Lawyers Division: Thinking of Swimming With the Sharks: Lessons Learned While Starting a Practice
by S. Yossof Sharifi

Paralegal Division: Message from the Chair
by Thora Searle

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