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Legal Ethics

Which papers do lawyers have to return to former clients? ABA ethics opinion addresses the issue

President's Message

Respect and Influence: The ABA’s voice is strengthened by members’ efforts

Tech

Techshow 2015 tackles ethics, the skills gap and the latest gadgets

Your ABA

Latest employment numbers for 2014 law school graduates don’t add up to a clear trend

Report from Governmental Affairs

ABA Day in Washington lobbying event focused on LSC funding, juvenile justice and sentencing reform

Your ABA

ABA is fine-tuning its new annual meeting format to make attendance a better experience for members

Your ABA

ABA Announcements

American Bar Association

ABA president seeks new US review of alleged CIA mistreatment of detainees

Legal Education

ABA task force on law school financing calls for reforms

ABA London Sessions

Magna Carta’s 800th birthday brings vows of rededication to its ideals

ABA London Sessions

Missed out on the Magna Carta celebrations? Check out our social media roundup

ABA London Sessions

Where rule of law is present, corporations can invest and promote human rights, panelists say

ABA London Sessions

Human rights lawyer: Magna Carta’s inspiration has been subverted by powers that be

ABA London Sessions

What can US and UK lawyers learn from each other about best practices?

ABA London Sessions

‘I’d give anything to have the ABA work with the judiciary in Iraq,’ UK trade envoy says

ABA London Sessions

Laws and regulators need get up to speed with high-frequency trading technology, panelists say

ABA London Sessions

UK and US legal systems both sprung from the Magna Carta, but many jurisdictional differences exist

ABA London Sessions

The Magna Carta is one of Britain’s best exports, Cherie Blair says

ABA London Sessions

How different would our world be today had the Magna Carta never been sealed?

ABA London Sessions

International laws complicate the hunt for data evidence