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NYSBA: Model Rules of Professional Conduct Must Prohibit Harassment and Discrimination

An increased focus on combatting discrimination and harassment in the legal profession has identified various flaws in New York’s existing version of Rule 8.4(g) on lawyer misconduct, according to a new report.
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Will Artificial Intelligence End Employment Bias – and Discrimination Lawsuits?

Can AI also eliminate bias in hiring? If so, would that render all future discrimination claims moot?
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Is the First Amendment Killing or Saving Democracy?

While Gail Ehrlich has heard misinformation referred to as a tsunami, she prefers to think of it as a fire.
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A Better Proposal for the New York Rules of Professional Conduct

The New York State Bar Association recommends amendments to Rule 8.4(g) of the New York Rules of Professional Conduct relating to discrimination and harassment in the practice of law.
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My Journey to Bar Leadership

When I first joined the New York State Bar Association, I had no idea what a rewarding and important aspect of my career that bar association work would become. I certainly never imagined that one day I would be serving…
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State Court System & SDNY Modify Mask Mandates

Judges and court employees who have been fully vaccinated will no longer be required to wear masks in non-public areas of court facilities, including judges’ chambers, back offices and other private areas not accessible to the general public.
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State Bar Task Force Recommends Transforming Care for the Elderly To Protect Public Health and Control Contagious Infections

Reducing dependence on nursing homes in favor of smaller community-based congregate care settings and caring for the elderly at home is the top recommendation in a new report issued by the New York State Bar Association’s Task Force on Nursing…
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NYSBA Task Force Reviews Uniform Bar Exam

New York State Bar Association Calls for State To Withdraw From the Uniform Bar Exam

The (NYSBA) Task Force on the New York Bar Exam is recommending that the state withdraw from the Uniform Bar Exam and develop its own bar admissions test so that attorneys have a better understanding of state law before being…
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NYSBA Task Force Proposes Sweeping Police Reforms in Groundbreaking Report

Requiring all police officers to have college degrees, a professional license and liability insurance are among the many innovative recommendations included in the comprehensive report.
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T. Andrew Brown to House of Delegates: ‘There Is No Turning Back’

The New York State Bar Association and the profession must reflect and reimagine how to safeguard and strengthen our futures.
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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: May-June Edition

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State Bar News: Spring 2021 Edition

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CasePrep Plus

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New York State Law Digest: June 2021 Edition

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