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Rutgers Law Journal 

Rutgers Law School
About: Rutgers Law Journal is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Constitution & Constitutional law. It has an ISSN identifier of 0277-318X. Over the lifetime, 52 publications have been published receiving 191 citations.


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TL;DR: Johnson as mentioned in this paper was the first to acknowledge the comments and helpful criticisms of David Caplan, Professor Robert Cottrol, Professor Raymond Diamond, Robert Dowlut and Don Kates.
Abstract: Professor of Legal Studies in Business and Taxation, Franklin and Marshall College. Of Counsel, Kirkpatrick and Lockhart. J.D. 1984, Harvard Law School, B.S.B.A. 1981, Magna Cum Laude, West Virginia University. I would like to acknowledge the comments and helpful criticisms of David Caplan, Professor Robert Cottrol, Professor Raymond Diamond, Robert Dowlut and Don Kates. All the views expressed are my own and are in no way attributable to or endorsed by the organizations with which I am affiliated. © 1992, Nicholas J. Johnson [Copyright © 1992 Nicholas J. Johnson. Originally published as 24 RUTGERS L.J. 1-81 (1992). Permission for WWW use at this site generously granted by the author. For educational use only. The printed edition remains canonical. For citational use please obtain a back issue from William S. Hein & Co., 1285 Main Street, Buffalo, New York 14209; 716-882-2600 or 800-828-7571.]

15 citations

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TL;DR: Scientists have recently discovered a way to provide diagnostic genetic information to pregnant women early in pregnancy that could significantly improve the quality and quantity of pregnancies in the coming years.
Abstract: For thousands of years, expecting parents have daydreamed of being able to know about their children before their birth. Over the last thirty years, reproductive genetics and assisted reproductive technology (ART) have made significant strides toward fulfilling this desire. A steady stream of technical advances including prenatal screening, invasive prenatal diagnosis, sperm and egg donation, sperm sorting for gender selection, in vitro fertilization, and preimplantation genetic diagnosis have sought to give parents more information about and control over their reproductive practices. However, each of these technologies has significant drawbacks that limit its use to either a very small population or a small number of conditions. As a result, their overall impact on reproduction has been equally limited. Everything is about to change. Scientists have recently discovered a way to provide diagnostic genetic information to pregnant women early in

10 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors discuss ways in which lawyers can tell better stories in briefs by utilizing the fiction writing concepts of character, conflict and resolution, which they call character-based conflict resolution.
Abstract: This article discusses ways in which lawyers can tell better stories in briefs by utilizing the fiction writing concepts of character, conflict and resolution.

10 citations

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