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NCBP BAR PRESIDENT for July 19, 2017

Wednesday, July 19, 2017   (0 Comments)
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NCBP Annual Meeting

Don't miss your chance to attend world-class sessions in a world-class city during the NCBP Annual Meeting, August 10-12, 2017, in New York! Attend a special NCBP/ABA Center for Innovation session  with CNN Commentator Van Jones on fines and fees in America, and plenaries on the bar as advocator and bar as convener. And you can't be in New York City without taking advantage of the world-class sites! Register now!

Promoting professionalism to young lawyers...Essential Qualities of the Professional Lawyer produced by the ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism aids discussions on topics such as civility, reputation, eProfessionalism, personal organization and more. The 20 chapters of this book explore those indispensable values, skills, habits, convictions, duties and qualities that characterize a professional lawyer.  A free Instructor’s Manual is now available for leading discussions and bulk discount pricing is available. Bar staff can contact the ABA Center for Professional Responsibility for a review copy of the book at cpr@americanbar.org.


Film about women leaving the profession airs nationwide... 
Millions of people across the country will soon better understand the struggles that women lawyers face every day to succeed in the legal profession. Read more about Balancing the Scales.

 


Voter suppression is the problem, not election fraud, say panelists at voting rights luncheon...The June 28th Second Annual State of Voting Rights luncheon,  sponsored by the ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice, held in Washington, D.C., featured a panel discussion on new voter I.D. laws and attempts to restrict the right to vote.
 

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