American Bar Association


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American Bar Association

The national professional organisation of US attorneys. Founded in 1878, members include attorneys, law professors, judges, etc.
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February 1-7 American Bar Association Midyear Meeting New Orleans, Louisiana
The Section of Taxation of the American Bar Association criticized this definition as too broad and proposed an alternative.
In addition, the American Bar Association has declined to give him its highest rating for judicial nominees.
Despite legitimate warnings about CEDAW, the American Bar Association launched a project entitled The CEDAW Assessment Tool in March 2002.
In response to these troubling trends, the American Bar Association (ABA) and the many state, local and territorial bar associations nationwide are addressing the corrosive effects of money and politics on the public's trust and confidence in the judiciary through a comprehensive program of policy recommendations and public education.
Tax lawyers from the American Bar Association along with the IRS conspire to pollute high schools with 78,000 CD-ROMs on America's tax system.
The American Bar Association taxation section testified that the repeal will hinder employee buyouts of family businesses.
This living and breathing lawyer who is revered enough in her profession to have been quoted in the Journal of the American Bar Association would have me dead!
The American Bar Association, Center for Children and the Law, has completed a report under grant from the U.S.
Annie Hernandez, project co-chair and treasurer for the Cuban American Bar Association, added: "It gives our joint resolution more credibility and significance when the appellate courts are behind it.
Written by the American Bar Association, Section of International Law, this professional reference introduces the statutory authority behind U.S.
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