Annual Meeting 2011

Updated: Follow Our Coverage of the ABA Annual Meeting in Toronto

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ABA Journal reporters are in Toronto keeping up with news from the ABA’s Annual meeting there.

Don’t miss these posts, with more coming until the meeting wraps up on Tuesday:

Ethics 20/20 Commission: Doing Nothing About Lawyer Rankings Is the Best Course

O’Connor: Lawyers & Judges Need to Wake Up to Judicial Funding Threat, Prep for Political Battle

Celebrated Women Lawyers Warn Next Generation Not to Rest on Laurels

New York Lawyer James Silkenat Is in Line to Become ABA President in 2013

AIDS Awareness Promoted at ABA Meetings with Free Condoms and HIV Tests

The ABA and Canadian Bar Put Their Special Relationship into Writing

ABA President Calls for Return to Civility; Breyer Notes Justices Don’t Raise Voices in Chambers

Panelists: Judges Should Watch Whom They ‘Friend’ on Social Media and What Friends Post About Them

Libya’s Ouster from Human Rights Council Shows Benefits of US Participation, Panelists Say

Law Firms Overlook Vulnerabilities to Cyberattacks, Panel Says

For Justice Breyer, the Need for Civic Education Is as Clear as Blue and Red

NALP Backs Off Threat to Sue ABA, Renews Spirit of Collaboration

Scalia Has Had an Impact, But Is It Lasting? Supreme Court Experts Disagree

With a Show of Hands, Lawyers Endorse Military Commissions over Civilian Trials

As Nonlawyer Vendors, Would-Be Clients Take on More Legal Tasks, How Can Practitioners Get Ahead?

NY State Bar Urges ABA to Encourage Law Schools to Focus on Educating ‘Practice Ready’ Attorneys

Pro Bono Goes High-Tech, and Homeless Veterans Benefit

Hispanic Rights Commission to Ask ABA to Take Stand Against Efforts to Limit Birthright Citizenship

ABA Annual Meeting Gets Under Way in Toronto, Features Prominent Jurists

New ABA President Robinson Pledges to Help State Courts Address Their Fiscal Trouble

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