OLPROffice of Lawyers Professional Responsibility (Minnesota)
OLPROffice for Library Personnel Resources
OLPROpen-List Proportional Representation (voting system)
OLPROptical License Plate Reading
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"LPRB, OLPR and MSBA all told the Court the current rule needs clarification, so there will be some continuing uncertainty," he said.
But the court may be considering that the MSBA and the OLPR were not on all fours with each other.
In this article I analyze the votes of candidates sponsored by two industrial unions in the Japanese Trade Union Confederation (Rengo), JAW and UA Zensen, in the open-list proportional representation (OLPR) tier of House of Councillors elections since 2001.
The OLPR system in Japan was introduced in the 2001 House of Councillors election and operates as a nationwide proportional representation system.
Other countries, including Finland and pre-1973 Chile, utilized OLPR systems, but Brazil's version differs significantly.
In discussing the Brazilian variant of OLPR, Nicolau (2006) acknowledges the paucity of knowledge regarding how candidate selection works.
The years of meetings, reports, and studies initiated by OLPR have finally borne fruit.
These ideas reach back to touch the spirit of former OLPR Director Margaret Myers whose work on personnel concerns within the American Library Association during the 1970s, 1980s, and early 1990s laid much of the foundation on which we build today.
In 2018, in another matter, OLPR sent an investigative inquiry to respondent's counsel (the author), "A review of your client's engagement letter states that his representation was in connection with a marital dissolution matter.
In numerous ways, OLPR tries to educate lawyers on ethics traps for the unwary.
The OLPR is still struggling to reduce a backlog of cases.
OLPR recognizes the Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers as authoritative.2 The Restatement states, Confidential client information does not include what a lawyer learns about the law, legal institutions such as courts and administrative agencies, and similar public matters in the course of representing clients.