The New York State Bar Association recommends restoring public faith in elections by removing patronage, instituting ethics rules, and requiring election workers be professionally trained.
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The New York State Bar Association calls upon President Joe Biden to immediately sign this important bill into law so Supreme Court justices can fully engage in their constitutional duty to issue rulings without fear or favor.
According to friends, colleagues, mentors and mentees, Levin Wallach, who became New York State Bar Association president on June 1, is the ideal leader because she engages and listens to people from radically different backgrounds, knows from experience how to rise to a challenge and brings good ideas to fruition.
To fill the void in regulation at the federal level, crypto companies have set their sights on the states to enact legislation. This seems an atypical move.
The world is facing a test, both as to international law and to the post-World War II world order.
The courts are cracking down on late discovery and no one is exempt, not even a former president of the United States.
Unfortunately, lawyer incivility during virtual practice as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic may have increased over the last few years. This is likely due to a variety of factors.
As evidence mounts of atrocities in Ukraine, discussions have turned increasingly to questions of justice for the victims: Can anyone be held accountable for these crimes?
In her biweekly address, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore said that the return to full court operations is progressing smoothly and “we are making significant strides to improve court access, efficiency and productivity in many of our courts.”