Tag:American Bar Association

Law School Debt Delays Life Milestones, According to Survey

A new survey reveals law school debt has caused many borrowers to delay life milestones and detour away from careers in public service.

No More Remote Bar Exams, So Long as COVID Stays Low

Remote bar exams look to disappear in the future, as the National Conference of Bar Examiners released guidance stating that future bar exams will be conducted in-person and on paper — COVID and public health concerns permitting.

ABA Offers Ethics Advice on Criticism

The ABA has recently issued ethics counseling that advises lawyers not to respond to online criticism, counter to Colorado guidance

ABA Offers Ethics Advice on Criticism

The ABA has recently issued ethics counseling that advises lawyers not to respond to online criticism, counter to Colorado guidance

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,...

Federal Appeals Court Overturns Asylum Ruling

A 9th Circuit decision to grant asylum to an Indian political activist has highlighted the role of asylum in U.S. law

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...

Reform Critical to Wipe Out Colorado’s Legal Deserts

Jackson County is a vast expanse of northern Colorado wedged between mountain ranges and the Wyoming border. Its 1,621 square miles include the North...