Americans Divided on Bias in Justice System, Agree on Changes to Voting Process

Americans remain divided based on age and race about whether there is bias in the justice system, according to an annual ABA survey.

ABA and RMIAN Connect Denver Families on Immigration Court’s ‘Dedicated Docket’ with Pro Bono Representation

The ABA and RMIAN hope to make finding representation easier for those facing expedited asylum proceedings with a new pro bono portal.

ABA TechReport Shows the Legal Industry Slow to Use New Technology, Despite Pandemic

The ABA published its annual technology report. This year’s report captured the impacts of the pandemic on tech trends.

Intensifying Pressure for Parity in the Legal Sphere

Women in the legal industry face unique challenges compared to their male colleagues. After 20 years of efforts to encourage equality within the workplace,...

Lawyers Call on Bar Associations to Condemn, Investigate Trump Legal Team

More than 1,600 attorneys around the country have signed an open letter calling on bar associations to condemn and investigate members of President Trump’s...

Colorado Attorney Elected Chair of ABA Section

Jones & Keller announced Wednesday that shareholder Howard Kenison has been elected chair of the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy and Resources...

New ABA Report Finds Legal Deserts Prevalent Throughout U.S.

U.S. states may have cultural, social and economic characteristics distinct from one another. But one access to justice crisis ties them together: legal deserts....

Finding Purpose in the Law

Lots of seminars and conferences promise to arm busy professionals with the “tools for success,” whether that’s the latest software, networking techniques or skills...