Tag Archives: American Bar Association

The benefits and challenges of limited scope services

Stephanie Kimbro is well-known for starting one of the first virtual law practices in 2006. Now the North Carolina-based attorney has written a book for the American Bar Association addressing the opportunities and challenges of unbundled legal services.

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Should the ABA mandate diversity in its model rules?

The American Bar Association should include diversity as part of the group’s model rules for attorneys, according to a recent request from the Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession.

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Real estate is riskiest practice area, ABA survey finds

Legal malpractice insurers for the first time are reporting a higher percentage of claims involving real estate than any other practice area, according to a new survey from the American Bar Association.

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ABA: Lawyer use of blogs, social sites continues to rise

The use of social media by lawyers – including blogs and social networking sites such as LinkedIn and Twitter – is continuing to increase, according to the annual technology survey conducted by the American Bar Association.

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ABA urges Congress to set CFPB privilege standard

WASHINGTON – The American Bar Association is urging Congressional lawmakers to adopt legislation that would establish a standard for the treatment of privileged information by federal financial agencies, including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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