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April 2000      Vol. 29, No. 4

The Colorado Lawyer, the official publication of the Colorado Bar Association, serves as an informational and educational resource to improve the practice of law.

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Bar News

Bar News
Bar News, p. 1
Molly Osberg


Guiding Principles in Informational Privacy: The Rules are Changing, p. 5
David L. Bernhardt


CBA President's Message to Members
Mentoring Helps Set a Professional Example, p. 17
Diane H. Mauriello

Lend-A-Lawyer, Inc. Annual Report: 1998-1999, p. 19

Specialty Law Columns

Automation Annotations
Electronic Filing in the Colorado Courts, p. 37
Larry C. Smith

Business Law Newsletter
Refining the Absolute Priority Rule and The New Value Exception, p. 39
Duncan E. Barber, Philip C. Zimmerman

Criminal Law Newsletter
Jones v. United States: Implications for Criminal Prosecutions, p. 43
David A. Lane, John Carlson

Estate and Trust Forum
The Contract to Will–A Proposed Solution, p. 49
Stewart W. Fleisher

The Ethics Column
Ex Parte Communications with a Tribunal: From Both Sides, p. 55
Alec Rothrock

Family Law Newsletter
Critical Analysis of Parental Responsibility Evaluations, p. 63
Mac Griffith, Stephan Schweissing

Natural Resource and Environmental Notes
Environmental Management Systems in Unlikely Places: Notes from Malaysia and Yellowstone, p. 67
Joni Teter

Technology Law and Policy Review
The Future of E-Commerce and Colorado's Government Electronic Transactions Act, p. 73
R. Jason Richards


ABA Delegates' Report
Slow Times in the House of Delegates: Midyear Meeting Report, p. 23
Fred Rodgers

From The Wool-Sack
From The Wool-Sack, p. 29
Christopher R Brauchli

Judges' Corner
Criticizing the Courts: A Lawyer's Duty, p. 31
Roger J. Miner

Pro Bono Success Stories
Like It or Not, Colorado Already Has Mandatory Pro Bono, p. 35
Rachel Maizes

From the Courts

Colorado Supreme Court Opinions

Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions

Court Business
Court Business, p. 99

Matters Resulting in Diversion
Colorado Supreme Court Office of Regulation Counsel, p. 105

Colorado Disciplinary Cases
Summaries of Opinions, p. 109

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