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Profiles in Leadership: Scott M. Karson, Former NYSBA President 2020-2021

The New York State Bar Association Committee on Leadership Development is profiling the association’s leaders in a series of articles that will appear on the website. In each profile, we examine the path they took to become a leader, the…
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4 Must-Have Technologies for a Competitive Law Firm 

This article was adapted from the MyCase e-book, “2024 Legal Tech Buyer’s Guide: 8 Must-Have Technologies for a Competitive Law Firm.”   With a wide variety of technology solutions on the market, from specialized tools like e-signature software to comprehensive offerings…
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Kathleen Sweet Sets Focus on Membership for When She Takes Over President-Elect Role in June

Incoming President-Elect Kathleen Sweet will immediately focus on supporting the New York State Bar Association’s next leader while her efforts beyond that will center on backing the Strategic Planning Committee in its development of a framework for the association’s future…
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New York State Bar Association Commends Gov. Kathy Hochul For Returning $100 Million to a Fund for Civil Legal Services

Richard Lewis, president of the New York State Bar Association, issued the following statement about Gov. Kathy Hochul’s executive budget, which returns $100 million to a fund that pays for low-income New Yorkers to receive civil legal services: “The New…
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The Direct Primary Care Model: Considerations for New York Providers, Patients and Employers

As of July 2023, there were more than 2,100 direct primary care practices operating in the United States, spread out over 48 states.[i] As the direct primary care concept continues to grow and become an attractive model for patients, physicians…
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New York State Bar Association To Launch Anti-Bias Training With Free Program on Antisemitism Feb. 27

As antisemitism rises worldwide following Hamas’ terrorist attack on Israel, the New York State Bar Association is offering free training to combat hatred against Jews. The antisemitism training will be the first in a series of anti-bias programs. The association…
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New York State Bar Association Joins Legislators Calling for Increased Funding of Family Courts

New York State Bar Association President Richard Lewis joined lawmakers calling for an increase in funding for New York’s Family Courts to address a crisis in the courts affecting children, parents and caregivers. He joined the chairs of the state…
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Ethics Opinion 1263: Part-time town attorney’s representation of criminal defendants in centralized arraignment part

TOPIC: Part-time town attorney’s representation of criminal defendants in centralized arraignment part. DIGEST: A part-time town attorney who has no prosecutorial responsibilities may, in his role as a part-time county public defender, represent criminal defendants at arraignments before a justice…
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New York State Bar Association 2024 Legislative Priorities

Building on the momentum of the New York State Bar Association’s Government Relations Department successes in 2023, the Association will begin this month advocating for key legislative initiatives in both the state and national capitals for 2024. After consultation with…
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Taking a Closer Look: Assessing Biometric Authentication

In health care settings, biometric authentication is often used to streamline the patient registration process by minimizing paperwork and improving patient intake to ensure secure, precise health care service delivery.[1] Notably, Elmhurst Hospital, the Mount Sinai Health System, New York…
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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.

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NYSBA Journal: January - February 2024

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State Bar News: Summer 2023 Edition

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New York State Law Digest: January 2024 Edition

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