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Idaho Trial Handbook, KFI 538 .L49 1995 (updated to 1999). Ethics. Print. ABA/BNA Lawyers' Manual on Professional Conduct, KF 306 .A71 ...
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Health Care - Current Students - The University of Iowa College of Law
Existing health and accident insurance may be used to defray some charges. Outpatient or inpatient charges made for services provided at University of Iowa ...
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Adrien K. Wing - The University of Iowa College of Law
Her US-oriented scholarship has focused on race and gender discrimination, including topics such as the impact of Hurricane Katrina, gangs, mothering, ...
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File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML I argue that the Court’s nineteenth-century rulings in Ableman v. Booth and Tarble’s Case marked a little-known but sharp ...
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SUMMARY OF MAJOR EVENTS AFFECTING MILITARY RECRUITMENT AT THE ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML SUMMARY OF MAJOR EVENTS AFFECTING MILITARY RECRUITMENT. AT THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA COLLEGE OF LAW. In the fall of 1988, the faculty approved a Policy on ...
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Special Services - Law Library - The University of Iowa College of Law
The charge for faxing is $.50 per page, with an extra charge imposed for faxing out of the country. Members of the public may use the fax machine for an ...
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US Immigration Law Resources
immigration. Immigration Law Treatises--Practitioners. A Guide for Immigration Advocates (published by the Immigrant Legal Resources Center) Law Stacks ...
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Lea VanderVelde - The University of Iowa College of Law
Lea VanderVelde is the Josephine R. Witte Professor of Law at the University of Iowa College of Law. She writes in the fields of employment law, ...
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