A concise post today to share some can’t-miss articles from the past year’s Arizona Attorney Magazine. After all, I know you need to begin putting together your New Year’s Eve celebration!
Remember, these suggestions are just a sampling of what I believe to be superior content. Our publication has been very fortunate over the years to be blessed with the work of terrific authors, and 2014 was no exception.
Without further ado: From January 2014, I recommend Bob McWhirter’s “‘Think Like a Lawyer!’ What the Hell Does That Mean?”
In March, we ran the timely “The False Claims Act and Qui Tam Complaints” by Barb Dawson and Dan Huitink.
A great anniversary was recognized in our May issue when we published “Four Decades of Litigation in the Public Interest,” written by Tim Hogan (of the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest) and Joy Herr-Cardillo.
In the same month, we ran Marjorie Cunningham’s revealing article titled “Anna’s Story: Early Arizona and Women’s Property Rights.”
Finally, I leave you with a few terrific November pieces.
- Brice Buehler sent us a variety of tales in “A Mediator’s Musings”—and I’m so happy he did.
- And Roxie Bacon penned another great piece in her book review of Erwin Chemerinsky’s The Case Against the Supreme Court. She titled her review “The Not-So-Supreme Court,” and when you read it you’ll know why.
Well, I’m off to plan a bash. I hope you’ll agree we shared some phenomenal stories with you in the past year. The blog and I will be back on Monday, January 5. In the meantime, I wish you a wonderful holiday.Follow @azatty