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Johnson Elected NABE Vice President

Leah Johnson, assistant executive director of the South Carolina Bar and past NABE Board of Directors member, has been elected to serve as NABE vice president for 2018-19. Leah will subsequently serve as president-elect in 2019-20 and ultimately as president in 2020-21. Terry Hill, division director at The Florida Bar, vied with Leah for the position. NABE appreciates the commitment each made to serving the NABE membership and to supporting the work of bar staff professionals. Congratulations to Leah and thanks to Terry as he completes two years of service on the board.


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News of Interest

The case of the vanishing trial lawyer and why it matters to all of us

Blurry man in suit and hat with briefcase... the legal profession’s apprentice system is disappearing - and that’s a problem.

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Drama about SCOTUS justices Ginsburg and O'Connor coming to TV

Justices Ginsburg and O'ConnorThe show will focus on the justices' friendship and how the social impact of their jurisprudence has shaped the high court and the country.

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Key senator urges any wavering Supreme Court justice to retire now

Senator GrassleyThe Senate Judiciary Committee’s Republican chairman said ... any Supreme Court justice considering retirement from the lifetime job should announce immediately so a successor can be confirmed before the November U.S. midterm election.

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Meeting the challenge of the legal aid crisis

Damaged houseThe opioid crisis and the recent spate of natural disasters present new challenges to already overburdened civil legal aid providers.

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ABA data shows 15% increase in lawyer population over the past decade

Lawyers spelled out with dotsThe number of active attorneys in the U.S. has increased by 15.2 percent over the last decade, according to the ABA’s National Lawyer Population Survey.

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The triple homicide in D.C. that laid the groundwork for Americans' right to remain silent

Trial Ziang Sung WanDecades before the Supreme Court’s Miranda decision, a 1919 murder trial presented a precedent for protecting criminal suspects from police overreach.

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They served their time. Now they’re fighting for ex-felons to have the right to vote

Steve Huerta... In Florida, where 10 percent of adults can’t vote because of a felony conviction, a ballot initiative in November would automatically restore voting rights after a prison sentence has been completed.

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Unauthorized Practice of Law claims threaten access to justice

Gavel and scales on deskLate last year, TIKD sued The Florida Bar (Bar) and The Ticket Clinic for colluding to put TIKD out of business.

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New report reveals older attys put in more pro bono hours than younger ones

Free Legal Help tableOlder attorneys work more pro bono hours than younger ones and larger law firms make it easier to do, an American Bar Association report found.

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There is no excuse for keeping cameras out of the U.S. Supreme Court

Pramila JayapalThe Supreme Court’s decisions affect all of us, often in the most important and intimate aspects of our lives, but the court still refuses to allow live broadcasts of its proceedings.

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