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In this issue:
- Stuart Segrest and Matthew Cochenhour take the mystery out of appellate brief writing
- You can't have it both ways with expert witnesses
- 7 tips for attorney mental health
- MLSA program helps lawyers be disaster first responders
Plus much more!
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About the Montana Lawyer
The Montana Lawyer is provided as a free member benefit for Active Attorney, Inactive Attorney, Senior Attorney, Emeritus, Judge, and Paralegal Section members. Subscriptions for nonmembers are available for $50 per year.
The current circulation is approximately 5,400.