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1. "New to the Bench: Judge John Q. McShane"
Author(s): Hallberg, Mark
68 HENNEPIN LAWYER 22 (No. 2, February 1999)
2. "John Q. McShane [Judicial Candidate]"
69 HENNEPIN LAWYER 17 (No. 11, November 2000)
3. "Judicial Candidates Seek Your Vote [Karasov, Rowe, Kolosky, McShane]"
75 INSIDE THE HENNEPIN LAWYER 4 (No. 9, October 2006)
4. "Judicial Election 2000: The Race for Hennepin County District Court: Incumbent Hon. John Q. McShane; Challenger Dennis D. Evans"
4 MINNESOTA LAWYER 7 (No. 39, September 25, 2000)
5. "Governor Appoints Three New Judges to the Bench of the District Court: Francis Connolly; John McShane; Richard Taylor"
2 MINNESOTA LAWYER 2 (No. 40, October 2, 1998)
6. "Welcome To The Future: Judicial Elections 2006-Style [Dietzen, Griffith, Newman, Savre, Benanav, Ostby, Karasov, Rowe, McShane, Starr, Floerke, Little, Holter, Melbye]"
[discussing Republican Party of Minnesota v. White
, 99-4021 (8th Circuit August 2, 2005)]
Subject(s): JUDGES--Election/Selection, JUDGES--Profiles & PERSONALITIES
Author(s): Taylor, Amy Kaldor & Taylor, F. Chet
31 MINNESOTA TRIAL LAWYER 8 (No. 4, Fall 2006)
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