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Balancing Act

Her Constitutional Tests and Strategic Concurrences Helped Make Sandra Day O’Connor a Force From the Center

Bright Ideas

ABA Favors Legislation to Bring More Efficiency to Patent Approval Process

A Lighter Load

ABA Urges Congress to Make It Easier for Public Servants to Pay Law School Debt

Adding Up 12 Years

Outgoing ABA Executive Director Robert Stein Looks Back on a Busy Tenure

Notice By the Board of Elections
Happy Ending

Civil Rights Pioneer George Leighton Is Named to Receive ABA Medal

Section Of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar American Bar Association

Revisions to the Standards and Interpretations Approved by the Council of the Section December 2004 and June 2005

A Hearing On Capitol Hill

ABA Day Offers the Profession a Chance to Make its Case Before Congress

Porous Privilege

Lawyers Struggle to Keep Work Product, Legal Advice Secret in Electronic Discovery

Clients as Teachers

Empathy Plus Experience Doesn’t Always Equal Understanding

Passing the Gavel, Keeping Our Purpose

Lawyers, Remember It’s Your Job to Support Rights of the Judiciary and Legal Profession

Thrifty Litigation

Law Firms are Still Learning How to Hold Down Litigation Costs to Please Corporate Clients

Looking Ahead

ABA Ethics Opinion Says Clients May Waive Objections to Future Conflicts of Interest

Standing Pat On Rule 11

ABA Opposes Proposal to Impose Mandatory Sanctions for Frivolous Filings

We Need To Talk

Committee’s Efforts Will Culminate in Week Focused on Preventing Teen Dating Violence

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