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I-CAN!T E-FILE Tax Clinics. Help low-income taxpayers file their state and federal income tax returns on-line for free!  Volunteer as little as one or two hours of your time on one of the following TAX DAYS: Friday, March 7, 2008, between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. OR Saturday, March 8, 2008, between 12:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Location: Allegheny County Law Library City-County Building-9th floor, minimal training required -- On-line training tutorial at http://www.icanefile.org/ (go to "Partners" tab and select the "2007 Demo") In-person and live-chat support will be available to volunteers on tax days TO VOLUNTEER OR FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL THE DUQUESNE LAW SCHOOL CLINIC 412-396-4704 (Phyllis Karczewski) OR 412-396-1686 (Tracey McCants Lewis) Project Sponsored By: Allegheny County Bar Association and Duquesne University School of Law In partnership with Pennsylvania I-CAN!TE-File.

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Duquesne University's Dean Emeritus Nicholas P. Cafardi has just published his latest book, Before Dallas: The U.S. Bishops' Response to Clergy Sexual Abuse of Children (Paulist Press, $27.95). This book is being hailed as "the most thorough, informative, and balanced discussion available about this topic".  

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http://www.onlinenewspapers.com/

This free online resource provides an exhaustive list of newspapers from not only the US, but also worldwide. The site is a product of Web Wombat, creators of "the original Australian search engine." OnlineNewspapers.com provides the user numerous drop-down menus for navigation. Simply choose a desired continent, country, or state. The site will then provide links to newspapers in that specified geographic location.

PA Practice Books-Pennsylvania Discovery Lawsource

Kempner, Lawrence P. and Arthur S. Zanan. Pennsylvania Discovery Lawsource. Philadelphia: George T. Bisel Co., 2008. $99.00.

  • CONTENTS
  • Preface
  • Table of Contents
  • CASE LAW
  • Chapter 1: INTERROGATORIES;
  • Chapter 2: PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS AND;
  • Chapter 3: DEPOSITIONS;
  • Chapter 4: REQUESTS FOR ADMISSIONS;
  • Chapter 5: MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS;
  • Chapter 6: CO-PARTIES;
  • Chapter 7: DISCOVERY PERTAINING TO EXPERTS;
  • Chapter 8: PRIVILEGES;
  • Chapter 9: FAMILY LAW CASES;
  • Chapter 10: SANCTIONS;
  • Chapter 11: PARTICULAR INQUIRIES;
  • Chapter 12: GENERAL DISCOVERY QUOTATIONS;
  • STATE AND LOCAL DISCOVERY RULES;
  • PENNSYLVANIA STATE RULES 4001-4009;
  • GENERAL PROVISIONS RULES 4009-4025;
  • PENNSYLVANIA LOCAL DISCOVERY RULES (Adams-York Counties);
  • PENNSYLVANIA STATUTES (42 Pa.C.S. chapter 59);
  • Table of Cases

This new publication contains statutes, state and local court rules, and digests of case law dealing with discovery. As one of Bisel's lawsources, this work will be useful to anyone doing pretrial discovery, especially the collection of cases digested in the work.