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Supreme Shift II: A Conservative Super-Majority Delivers a Decidedly Conservative Term

Make no mistake, the Supreme Court is far different today, and its decisional record has been and will very likely continue to be far different, than would be true if the Court’s composition were a 6–3 – or even 5–4…
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Hard Cases Make Bad Law: The Tortured History of the Bill Cosby Prosecution

There is no question, however, that the Cosby case is an example that “hard cases make bad law,” as “The Great Dissenter,” Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, is said to have once observed.
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What To Do When a Judge Won’t Allow Your Leading Questions

Every trial attorney faces critical decisions as to which witness or witnesses will best tell his client’s story. Calling an adverse party or a person identified with an adverse party in one’s case can be incredibly effective because one can…
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How Your Law Firm Benefits from QR Code Payments

Offering clients the option to pay with QR codes supports a better client experience and helps you get paid faster.
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Attorney Professionalism Forum: Using a Lawyer Matching Service

Is there any ethical rule that would prohibit a lawyer from using a lawyer matching service?
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NYSBA Convenes Emergency Task Force on Mandatory COVID Vaccination and Safeguarding Public Health

NYSBA is convening an emergency task force to determine whether COVID-19 vaccination mandates should be considered in the interest of protecting the greatest possible number of people and preventing another virus wave.
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Nominating Committee Seeks Candidates for Bar Association Offices

The Nominating Committee invites members of the New York State Bar Association to submit recommendations of themselves or others for consideration in developing its slate of nominees for association offices beginning in 2022.
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New York Needs a New Bar Exam

It is imperative that New York act now or else we will have no choice but to accept the pig that is being developed in the NCBE’s poke.
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NYSBA President Mourns New York City Lawyer Who Died In Building Collapse

T. Andrew Brown, president of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA), issued a statement today regarding the Miami-Dade building collapse, which claimed the life of a New York City lawyer and NYSBA member who was one of the last…
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Mask Policy Update, In-Person Court Appearances To Increase

Chief Judge Janet DiFiore, during her coronavirus update today, provided additional details about the mask policy in courthouses statewide and noted that court officials were planning to ramp up in-person trial activity in September.
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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 Edition

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State Bar News: Summer 2021 Edition

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CasePrep Plus

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New York State Law Digest: July 2021 Edition

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