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Pro Bono

ABA will partner with White House to recruit more pro bono immigration attorneys

Legal Rebels Podcast

Can generative AI tools make it easier for lawyers to offer pro bono services?

10 Questions

10 Questions: Entertainment lawyer and documentarian knows where the good bars are

Members Who Inspire

Coast Guard veteran speaks out for military sexual assault survivors

Your Voice

Tikkun Olam: When public service is a sacred obligation

President's Letter

The ABA leads way on access to justice

Eighth Amendment

5th Circuit rules for prisoner allowed to sleep no more than 3.5 hours per night

Ethics

Lawyer who wrote on ethics issues is suspended after he is accused of helping client hide assets

Law Firms

Partner ran office ‘like a toxic boys club locker room,’ fired Thompson Hine lawyer alleges

Careers

This is the No. 1 reason associates stay at their law firms, new study says

Your Voice

Why should you resolve to support civil legal aid in 2024?

Members Who Inspire

GC Fatheree III uses real estate law skills for history-making pro bono cases

ABA Leadership

Meet Alpha Brady, the new ABA executive director

Legal Rebels Profiles

Bridging the Gap: Lawyers trying to increase access to justice see promise in generative AI

Law Firms

This BigLaw firm is one of few without origination credits; it creates ‘collaborative culture,’ chair says

Law Firms

Is BigLaw mostly liberal? SCOTUS amicus briefs indicate answer is yes, especially in significant cases

Your Voice

7 ways that lawyering is ‘ethics in action’

President's Letter

The Power of Convening: ABA’s legacy and continued impact of convening minds and shaping progress

Letters from our Readers

Letters: Supreme textualists?

My Path to Law

A second child during China’s one-child policy becomes an immigration lawyer in the US

The National Pulse

Does artificial intelligence discriminate in child neglect case assessments?

Your Voice

How fully remote work has enabled me to thrive in the face of adversity

Law Firms

David Boies, 82, plans to leave chairman role at his law firm at the end of next year

Law Professors

Columbia law prof banned from 2 depositions after allegations of verbal abuse, intimidating presence

U.S. Supreme Court

May death row inmate reopen habeas case if lawyer abandons him? ABA urges SCOTUS to decide

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