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  Bar association - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A bar association is a professional body of lawyers who, in some jurisdictions, are responsible for the regulation of the legal profession.
In many Commonwealth jurisdictions, the "bar association" comprises lawyers who are qualified as barristers or advocates (collectively known as "the bar", or "members of the bar"), while the "law society" comprises solicitors.
The largest voluntary bar association in the United States is the American Bar Association, whose membership includes approximately half of all American lawyers.
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 The State Bar of California
A new law gives the State Bar authority to shut down the offices of non-attorneys practicing law — and is resulting in some storage challenges for the agency as stacks of confiscated files grow.
The State Bar's membership is both whiter and older than it was just five years ago, according to a recent bar-sponsored survey.
Founded in 1927 by the legislature, The State Bar of California is an administrative arm of the California Supreme Court.
www.calbar.ca.gov /state/calbar/calbar_home.jsp   (345 words)

 About the American Bar Association
Welcome to the American Bar Association, the largest voluntary professional association in the world.
The Mission of the American Bar Association is to be the national representative of the legal profession, serving the public and the profession by promoting justice, professional excellence and respect for the law.
The Association recruits from a variety of backgrounds for people who seek opportunities for challenging and substantive work.
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 Idaho State Bar and Idaho Law Foundation, Inc.
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 International Bar Association
The International Bar Association's 60th anniversary year – a history to be proud of
On the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the entry into force of the Rome Statute Establishing the International Criminal Court (ICC) a round table discussion presented by ICC Monitoring and Outreach Programme of the International Bar Association, moderated by Todd Benjamin.
CONTACT US The International Bar Association is not responsible for the content or reliability of any websites linked to from its site, and cannot accept liability for any damage or loss arising from reliance on such websites.
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 American Bar Association - Defending Liberty, Pursuing Justice
American Bar Association - Defending Liberty, Pursuing Justice
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The ABA Law Practice Management Section (LPM), Legal Electronic Discovery Institute (LEDI), and the Louisiana State Bar Association (LSBA) Join Forces to Assist Louisiana Attorneys
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