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A Roundup of the 2022 ABA Ethics Opinions Released So Far

Law Week Colorado rounded up all the ABA formal ethics opinions released so far this year, providing a short summary of each.

ABA Issues Guidance for Lawyers on Email Protocols and ‘Reply All’ Use

The ABA’s ethics committee released a formal opinion cautioning lawyers to refrain from including their clients in emails to opposing lawyers.

ABA Issues Guidance on Lawyers Who Represent Themselves

The ABA ethics committee released a formal opinion to clarify its model rules for lawyers representing themselves.

Politics Play a Role in Judicial Diversity, Panel Says

A panel of speakers hosted by the ABA discussed the history, hurdles and current state of diversity on the bench.

ABA Legal Industry Profile Spotlights Diversity on Federal Bench

The report spotlighted diversity on the federal bench, which still has a long way to go, but is becoming more representative of the U.S.

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.