Bar Associations

U.S. Supreme Court

‘Clear error’ standard of review in factual disputes applies in patent claims, SCOTUS says

Law Schools

William Mitchell launches new law school hybrid, welcomes 85 students for 1 week of on-campus class

Criminal Justice

Woman stole lawyer’s identity and impersonated her in court, officials say

National Pulse

International law bar takes aim at overbroad bans on Shariah law

Your ABA

How can you advise clients about Ebola? ABA’s Health Law Section offers learning opportunities

Features

Does the UK know something we don’t about alternative business structures?

Features

Washington state moves around UPL, using legal technicians to help close the justice gap

Features

2005-2014: Technology changes the rules

President's Message

ABA immigration initiatives bring hope to those who come here to begin anew

Ethics

It’s unethical for prosecutors to allow debt collectors to use official letterhead, says ABA opinion

Your ABA

Retired Gen. Earl Anderson, an ABA Medal recipient, has served his country and the ABA

Report from Governmental Affairs

ABA urges the Treasury Department to exempt law firm clients from certain reporting rules

Your ABA

ABA Announcements

Legislation & Lobbying

Proposals would curb lobbyist influence on state attorneys general

U.S. Supreme Court

ABA urges SCOTUS to uphold ethics rule banning judicial candidates from soliciting contributions

Law Schools

1L enrollment drops nearly 30 percent from 2010 high; when were figures last so low?

American Bar Association

New database created by ABA Criminal Justice Section charts state-by-state conviction restrictions

Criminal Justice

Judge is investigated amid controversy over courtroom audio-recording system

Law in Popular Culture

ABA publishing kicks off new trade imprint with a novel by ATL founder David Lat

Your ABA

ABA voices concerns about the impact of over-criminalization of US laws