Bar Associations

Legal Ethics

Judge may send letter encouraging lawyers to do pro bono work, ABA ethics opinion says

Criminal Justice

Post-conviction consequences make it difficult for ex-offenders to find jobs

Law Schools

Dean Watch: Legal innovator to head Suffolk, first woman to lead Cardozo

Media & Communications Law

UVa official sues Rolling Stone, says she was ‘chief villain’ in retracted rape article

Bar Associations

State bars may be affected by SCOTUS antitrust case; public interest groups want review by state AGs

Trials & Litigation

Christian Legal Society plans to help man prayer station outside Indiana courthouse

Law Scribbler

Legal innovation summit attendees are long on ideas but short in data

Careers

New York will use Uniform Bar Exam to test bar applicants, starting in July 2016

Law Scribbler

True innovation in the legal industry requires outside views and thinking, summit speakers say

Legal Education

ABA committee wants to end use of alternative law school admission tests

Law Scribbler

Summit on legal innovation in legal services gets underway in Silicon Valley

Bar Associations

In Law Day activities, citizens serve and learn while leaders remember Magna Carta

Supreme Court Report

Dental board ruling may drill into state bar associations’ immunity

Your ABA

Cincinnati lawyer works to ensure equal rights, treatment for American Muslims

Your ABA

Law schools would have to break down attrition info if proposed changes get green light

President's Message

Law Day and other activities honor Magna Carta, the document that set forth basic legal rights

Your ABA

ABA announces its slate of nominees for leader positions

Your ABA

ABA’s 2015 advocacy priorities span 10 categories

Your ABA

ABA Announcements

Careers

Good news for new lawyers: Fewer grads mean better job prospects, report shows