Index of main articles published in Grammatigalhas in 2006


January 2006

  • Certiorari
  • Classified information
  • Client-lawyer relationships
  • RULE 1.1: Competent and diligent representation
  • RULE 1.2: Scope and Objectives of Representation
  • RULE 1.3: Communication
  • RULE: 1.04 Fees
  • RULE: 1.05 Confidentiality of Information
  • Diligent
  • Fee
  • First Monday
  • Habeas corpus
  • Legal Ethics
  • Malpractice
  • Malum prohibitum
  • Mandamus
  • Negligent
  • Non est factum
  • Privileged information
  • Restricted information
  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • Unconscionability
  • Unconscionable
  • Writ of prohibition

February 2006

  • Blind trust
  • Champerty and maintenance
  • Client-lawyer relationships
  • RULE 1.07 Conflict of Interest: Intermediary
  • RULE 1.08 Conflict of Interest: Prohibited Transactions
  • RULE 1.09 Conflict of Interest: Former Client
  • RULE 1.10 Successive Government and Private Employment
  • RULE 1.11 Adjudicatory Official or Law Clerk
  • RULE 1.12 Organization as a Client
  • RULE1.06 Conflict of Interest: General Rule
  • Conflict of interest
  • Donor / Donee
  • Gentlemen's agreement
  • Intermediary
  • Law clerk
  • Nolo contendere
  • To sever the relationship
  • March 2006
  • Abuse
  • Abuse Of Process
  • Aggression
  • Battery
  • Client-lawyer relationships
  • RULE 1.13 Conflicts: Public Interests Activities
  • RULE 1.14 Safekeeping Property
  • RULE 1.15 Declining or Terminating
  • Consent, Actual and Apparent
  • Conservatorship
  • Discharge
  • Dotal
  • Dowry
  • False Imprisonment/Arrest-Essential Elements
  • IIl will
  • Intentional Interference With Prospective Economic Advantages
  • Interference With Advantageous Relationships
  • Merit
  • Mind your language: to do business today, consider delayering.
  • Negligent Interference With Prospective Economic Advantage
  • Pro Bono
  • Representation
  • Safekeeping
  • Self-defense--Defense Of Others

April 2006

  • Argument
  • Better Business Bureau (BBB)
  • Blurred lines between jus soli and jus sanguinis
  • Brief
  • Citizenship
  • Consumer Protection Law
  • Consumer transactions:
  • A. Advertising
  • B. Door-to-door sales
  • C. Mail and telephone order sales
  • D. Unsolicited goods
  • E. Referral sales
  • F. Pyramid sales
  • G. Abusive collection practices
  • H. Auto sales
  • I. Auto leases
  • Credit History
  • Derivative Citizenship
  • European Union (EU) citizenship
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act
  • Hoax
  • Holder In Due Course
  • Identity Theft
  • International Law
  • Jus sanguinis
  • Jus soli
  • Lex sanguinis
  • Lex soli
  • Memorandum
  • Nationality
  • Obligations of Citizenship
  • Scam
  • Shotgun marriage
  • Subnational citizenship
  • Supranational citizenship
  • Supreme Court
  • Surrender of Citizenship
  • Synonyms
  • Truth in Lending Act (TILA)
  • United States citizenship
  • Visitor’s Guide to Oral Argument at the Supreme Court of the United States
  • Writing a Legal Brief or Memorandum

May 2006

  • Adverse selection
  • Affirmative defense
  • Anatomy of a civil law case in common law
  • Artificial Conception and Surrogate Motherhood
  • Artificial insemination
  • Battered woman defense
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Divorce
  • Endowments
  • Family Law
  • Grassroots
  • In vitro fertilization and ovum transplantation
  • Insurance
  • Lobbying
  • Moral Hazard
  • Murphy's Law
  • Palimony
  • Peter Principle
  • Procedural Law
  • Public Affairs
  • Red herring
  • Same-Sex Marriage
  • Surrogate motherhood
  • Think-tank

June 2006

  • Abandonware
  • Abatement
  • Access Contract
  • Ademption
  • Attribution
  • Authentication
  • Contracts under seal
  • Electronic self-help
  • End-to-end principle
  • E-signatures
  • Fraud
  • Guarantee
  • Guaranty contract
  • Holographic Will
  • Mass-Market License
  • Mistake
  • Monopoly
  • Net Neutrality
  • Online acceptances
  • Option contract
  • Promises enforceable without consideration
  • Promises to pay past debts
  • Promissory Estoppel
  • Quasi-Contract (contract implied in law)
  • Shrink wrap agreement
  • Software license
  • Statutes
  • Surety
  • UCITA
  • UETA
  • Unconscionability
  • Undue Influence
  • Will
  • Wiretapping

July 2006

  • Absence of Privity
  • Adverse possession
  • Business Intelligence metadata
  • Conveyancing
  • Easement
  • Knowledge management
  • Meta-data
  • Money laundering
  • Multi-level marketing (MLM)
  • Notice
  • Ponzi scheme
  • Privity
  • Privity of contract
  • Privity of estate
  • Privity of possession
  • Pyramid Scheme
  • Shell corporation
  • Smoking Gun
  • Smurf
  • Tax Haven

August 2006

  • Agreement and Disagreement
  • Amendment
  • Articles of War
  • Checks and balances
  • Commerce clause
  • Common Law
  • Constitution
  • Court of inquiry
  • Court-martial
  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Due process of law
  • Federalism
  • How do you critique an argument?
  • Law of Armed Conflict
  • Legal fiction
  • Logical Fallacies: Arguments, Reasoning, and the Fallacy
  • Military Criminal Justice System
  • Overcoming bias
  • Regulatory powers of the states
  • Rights of Service Members
  • Service in the Military
  • Socratic method
  • Socratic method in law school
  • Statute
  • Supremacy clause and preemption
  • Taxing and spending powers

September 2006

  • Arguing by Reductio ad Absurdum
  • Connote
  • Denote
  • Evidence
  • Non sequitur
  • Reputable
  • Testimony

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