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Concealed Carry Will Reduce Crime

Dear Sir: This letter is in response to that of Mr. Richard Miller published Sept. 7, 1998. As noted by Mr. Miller, Missouri will be the first state to experience a binding referendum on the right to carry concealed weapons. ...

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To the Editor: I am writing to express my support for the recent proposal of the Board of Governors of the Missouri Bar for changes in child support laws, which I was able to read when I visited the web ...

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'Hate' Forum CLE Devoid of Legal Content

To the editor: As a solo practitioner, I constantly search for economical opportunities to satisfy my Rule 15 CLE requirement. Recently, Washington University School of Law, an “accredited” sponsor under the Rule, offered a free seminar qualifying for 2.4 hours ...

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To the Editor: Today I received a copy of your newspaper with the words “Complimentary Issue” stamped across the front. Directly below, however, was an interview with Mr. Bill McClellan. Perhaps you should research the definition of “compliment.” Sincerely, Spencer ...

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To the Editor: Sources for the August 25th Missouri Lawyers Weekly article concerning the recent Missouri Bar Board of Governors election created the impression that the Board of Governors no longer includes anyone from the trial bar. That is incorrect. ...

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To the Editor: I reviewed your article concerning “PI Lawyers Shut Out After Board of Governors Vote” and was surprised to see that as a current member of the Board of Governors, my name as a plaintiffs’ personal injury attorney ...

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Remember Conduct Rules When Using PR To the editor: I found your Practice Trends article discussing the need for firms to engage “PR Pros” in the face of increasing competition [Aug. 18, 1997] to be very instructive. However, there are ...

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To the Editor: I read with dismay your recent article entitled “Reporting of Pro Bono Hours to Stay Voluntary.” Rather than simply reporting on Missouri’s adoption of voluntary reporting by lawyers of pro bono hours, the article attempts to correct ...

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Controversies Surrounding Pro Bono

To the Editor: The litany of “old controversies” recited in your article on voluntary pro bono is reminiscent of the disingenuous inquiries posed by biblical scribes and pharisees. These concerns are mincing distinction offered by those who ignore a home ...

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