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Casey Trupin, Michael Santos, Angela Vigil, Melanie Redman, Darla Bardine, and Stephen Gaetz talk about the ABA homeless youth initiatives and how lawyers can get involved.
DRI, the Voice of the Defense Bar, is the leading organization of civil defense attorneys and in-house counsel.
Rosevelie Marquez Morales, Rhonda Hunter, and Tommy Wells talk about implicit bias, how it affects the legal industry, and how to overcome it on a daily basis.
Suzanne Anton and Ellen Rosenblum, both attorneys general, talk about the professional and personal challenges women face when getting involved in politics.
In this On The Road from ABA Midyear 2018, Karen Hutchins talks about what the NABE is and how it serves the legal community.
Cassandra Stubbs talks about the issues that come with using the death penalty, like racial discrimination, geographic discrimination, and potential innocence.
Billie Moliere discusses the latest hiring trends and the hottest practice areas driving demand for attorneys, paralegals and legal support professionals.
Hilarie Bass, President of the ABA, talks about the issues she has focused on during her presidency like women leaving the profession, homeless youth, and attorney wellness.
ABA President-Elect Bob Carlson speaks about what his presidency will look like, his unique perspective as a small firm owner, and what influenced him to take on this role.
In this inaugural episode of Make No Law, the First Amendment Podcast by Popehat.com, host Ken White explores the Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire case and the ensuing “fighting words” doctrine, which is often cited in disputes over free speech in the United States.
Goals, successes, and design of the British Columbia’s Online Civil Resolution Tribunal.