The Philadelphia Lawyer Winter 2014

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Cover and Table of Contents

From the Editor
by May Mon Post

Briefs, In Memoriam & Reader's Comments

Considerations when reporting a lawyer or judge to the Disciplinary Board
by David I. Grunfeld

Ken Shear Retires – Blame Lucy
After 37 years as executive director of the nation’s oldest association of lawyers, Ken Shear steps aside
by Abraham C. Reich

10 Questions for President Judge Sheila A. Woods-Skipper
The new leader of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas is a lifelong Philadelphian
by Chancellor William P. Fedullo

A Heart as Deep as He is Tall
Meet William P. Fedullo, 87th Chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association
by Shelli Fedullo

Civil Gideon and Access to Justice
The growing movement to provide the right to counsel in adverse civil proceedings where basic human needs are at stake
by Joseph A. Sullivan

Gideon's Elusive Dream
The organizations charged with representing the most vulnerable in our society are underfunded and understaffed
by James Funt

The Journey Home - Tarascha
Things haven't changed much in 100 years in the Ukrainian town of Tarascha, except there is no evidence of the once-thriving Jewish community
by David S. Rasner

Make Mircosoft Word work for you
by Daniel J. Siegel

Book Review
FDR's Funeral Train: A Betrayed Widow, a Soviet Spy, and a Presidency in the Balance
by Peter Vaira

That Was Then - 1977
Philadelphia Bar Association Celebrates 175th Anniversary