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The NABE Annual Meeting Early Bird Registration Deadline is Next Week!
Don’t miss your chance to join your NABE colleagues in Chicago at the Annual Meeting, July 31 - August 2 at the Hyatt Regency. Now is a great time to register and secure the best available housing options and receive the early registration rate for members. The deadline to receive the early rate is Thursday, June 14. Take a break this summer to refocus and network in Chicago! Click here to register now.


FREE NABE Webinar on June 13 at 12:00 pm Central!
Join your colleagues in the NABE Classroom next week for a FREE webinar session featuring speakers Jennifer Lewin, Deputy Director, and Molly Kilmer Flood, Research and Information Manager, from the ABA Division for Bar Services. Jennifer and Molly will walk you through an overview of the valuable resources available to your bar association from Division for Bar Services and throughout the American Bar Association. Don't miss this insightful conversation, especially if you are a new executive director and/or new to the bar association world. Click here to register.


Submit Your 2018 Law Day Activity for an ABA  Award
June 30 is the deadline for submitting your bar’s Law Day program for the ABA 2018 Law Day Awards. Awards will be given in three categories: student program, public program, and best theme interpretation of this year’s theme, Separation of Powers: Framework for Freedom.

Latest News from NABEnet.org

 Law firm survey says Millennial era is here, but change has just begun
Millennials now make up the largest generational group of attorneys in the U.S., and a new study finds that they are poised to bring about an unprecedented change...


 Supreme Court Justices don’t like to be nudged off the bench
Thurgood Marshall’s message was clear, and shared by most justices before and since: life-tenured SCOTUS justices don’t like to be told when to retire or move on.


 Akin Gump adds on-site counseling as firms fret over mental health
The firm is making Washington, D.C., its first office to offer on-site counseling services—and finding pent-up demand. 


 Sweeping change is needed to the model rules
It is time for a major revamp of how we govern our profession from an ethics perspective. Although that sounds dramatic — and possibly terrifying — there is absolutely nothing scary about this idea.


 ABA set to approve more online credits for law students
Supporters say allowing J.D. students to take up to one-third of their credits online, including some during their first year, is validation that distance education can work in law schools.

 

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