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The following was published some years ago in the American Bar Association Journal.
1, the American Bar Association Journal reports, Colorado and Washington voters opened a can of worms last year when they legalized personal pot use.
His request for a continuance was granted and the episode was reported in The American Bar Association Journal.
The Wall Street Journal and the American Bar Association Journal have both described the group's lax credentialing standards, with quotes from experts describing the group as a "certification mill" and an issuer of "worthless pieces of paper." When ACFEI attempted to affiliate with a state university in Missouri, that state's education officials were flooded with objections from forensic experts all over the country.
In an article in The American Bar Association Journal, Loftus reported that potential jurors who were exposed to even one insurance ad awarded much less for pain and suffering than those who weren't.
(91.) For a debate on the case, see Nancy Grace and Timothy Lynch, "At Issue: Individual Rights, Is the Prosecution of 'Fetal Endangerment' Illegitimate?" American Bar Association Journal 82 (December 1996): 72-73.
Carlos Valdez, the Texas district attorney who prosecuted Yolanda Saldivar for the murder of Tejano singer Selena, told the American Bar Association Journal that he wanted cameras kept out of that trial because he didn't want to be "the Marcia Clark of South Texas."
Mention should be made of an article in the November, 1993, issue of the American Bar Association Journal by Frank E.A.
Washington DC, DC, September 30, 2012 --(PR.com)-- KIIAC, LLC President and CEO Kingsley Martin has recently been named one of the American Bar Association Journal's 2012 “Legal Rebels,” a distinction the publication awards to a select few lawyers annually who are “helping change the profession” “innovators…who made the legal system a little better.”
He served as a member of the Board of Editors of the American Bar Association Journal (1946-1967), was Editor-in-Chief of the New York State Bar Association Journal (1961-1997), Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of the New York State Bar Journal (1997--present), and is retired from Coughlin & Gerhart, LLP (Binghamton, N.Y.).
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