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Supreme Court Turns a Blind Eye to Wrongful Convictions, Guts 6th Amendment Rights to Effective Counsel

The Supreme Court’s just-completed term has left many with concerns. In about half the states, women no longer retain their constitutional rights to bodily autonomy and reproductive health.[1] The lines separating what Justice Neil Gorsuch now refers to as the…
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American Bar Association Approves New York State Bar Association-Sponsored Resolutions on Guns, War Crimes, Legal Ethics and U.S. Territories

“I am proud to take a leadership role in the efforts to establish equal rights for the people of the U.S. Territories, eliminate the territorial doctrine and finally dismantle the racism and racist notions that still exist as “good law”…
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Trigger Tranquility, Not Outrage: What the Heard-Depp Trial Can Teach Clients About Communicating During Disputes

The ongoing connection between Heard and Depp, the effect of social media influencers on both and the notoriety of the trial make this case an excellent pedagogical tool to teach clients about the dangers of using social media and online…
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The Supreme Court’s Bruen Decision and Its Impact: What Comes Next?

Ensuring that thorough background checks can be completed in all transfers of firearms is crucial, in addition to providing law enforcement with access to the most complete set of records regarding a person’s background with respect to disqualifying factors.
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NYSBA Volunteers Help Ukrainian Refugees Emigrate with their Pets

Lawyers with the Committee on Animals and the Law at the New York State Bar Association are helping Ukrainian refugees who are entering the United States with their family pets as they escape their war-torn homeland. NYSBA members Nancy Volin…
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LSAT-Optional Admissions: A Step in the Right Direction

This is a small, but potentially important, step in the direction of making a career in the law possible for far more students and enabling law schools to innovate and differentiate for everyone’s benefit.
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In Congress, Rare Bipartisan Support for Mental Health Legislation

One of the most robust legislative packages working its way through Congress is the Restoring Hope for Mental Health and Well-Being Act of 2022.
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Should a Law Clerk’s Possible Leak to Press Be Reported?

As a community of professionals, we must preserve the integrity of the system and the judicial process.
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NYSBA’s Ukraine Task Force Leads to New National Ukrainian Immigration Task Force

When Russia invaded Ukraine, the International Section did what it does best: It put together the best legal minds in international law and got straight to work.
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With Vacancy on Court of Appeals, Commission on Judicial Nomination Seeks Applications

The New York State Commission on Judicial Nomination has announced that it is soliciting candidates to fill the upcoming vacancy of chief judge of the New York State Court of Appeals and the State of New York that will occur…
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NYSBA Publications

NYSBA produces and releases a variety of publications that pertain to case law, procedural developments, practice management, and a host of other topics of interest to legal professionals. Learn more by selecting a publication below, and read the latest issue or browse the archives. Note: Some issues and archives require you to login to the site first to access.


Bar Journal: July-August 2022 Edition

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State Bar News Summer 2022

State Bar News: Summer 2022 Edition

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CasePrep Plus

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New York State Law Digest: August 2022 Edition

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