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Summer 2006

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The World of Public Interest Law: Students Breaking the Mold
The New Nebraska Rules of Professional Conduct: A Brief Overview
"Hope for a Global Ethic"; Professor Brian Lepard's Book Finds Hope in Ethical Principles Shared by World 's Great Religions
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