Special Edition: Probate & Estate Planning
In this issue, Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly explores legal topics that center around probate and estate planning, including caring for elderly parents, probate for LGBTQ couples, trustee responsibility and more. Learn about volunteer opportunities for young lawyers, a visit to an immigrant detention center, a pro-con look at the Citizens United decision and more.
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Table of Contents
The Future of the Profession
by Samuel A. Peppers, III
Writing Better Beginnings: Law & Literature Series, Part 2
by Mark Kitrick and Mark Lewis
Lawyer Discipline Cases in the Supreme Court of Ohio
by Nelson Genshaft
The Versatility of a Law Degree: What Will You Do With It?
by Janyce C. Katz
My Week with Immigrants in Detention in Dilley, Texas
by Kyle A. Knapp
Nonprofit Chamber of Commerce Champions Agencies Serving Vulnerable Populations
by Michael L. Corey
Giving Back without Giving Up: A Young Lawyer’s Guide to Community Service While Maintaining a Social Life in Columbus
by Shalyn C. Smith
POINTS OF PRACTICE
A Guide to Counsel, Client, Indexes and Annuities
by Frederic R. Kass
Misunderstood Citizens United Decision a Routine Application of First Amendment Principles
by Bradley A. Smith
A Critique of Citizens United v. F.E.C.
by Clifford O. Arnebeck, Jr.
What Can Your Facilitative Mediator Do for You?
by Veronica M. Cravener
FALL '18: PROBATE & ESTATE PLANNING
Caring for an Aging Parent: Where to Begin
by Melanie Hankinson
Somewhere Over the Rainbow: The Changing Legal Landscape for the LGBT Community
by Hannah L. Botkin-Doty
Staying Up-to-Date with Ever-Changing Estate Planning Laws
by Bradley L. Glover
Who Do You Trust?
by Rosemary Ebner Pomeroy
Wills, Estates and Trusts: How Pro Bono Clinics Help Clients Find Peace of Mind
by Angela Vohsing
LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW
Why You Need Emotional Intelligence to Succeed
by Scott R. Mote
Portugal is One of the Newest Big-Time Tourist Destinations
by Hon. David E. Cain
Lawyers With Artistic License: Susan Lubow
by Heather G. Sowald
Civil Jury Trials, Franklin County Common Pleas Court
by Monica L. Waller