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JUL/AUG 2020 | VOLUME 35 NO. 1
JULY/AUGUST | VOLUME 34, NO. 1

PRESIDENT
Geoffrey M. Klineberg
PRESIDENT-ELECT
Chad T. Sarchio
SECRETARY
Diane A. Seltzer Torre

JUDICIAL CANDIDATE FORUM

TREASURER
Shaun M. Snyder

On June 9, the D.C. Bar hosted a virtual chief
judge candidate forum, featuring the three
applicants for chief judge of the D.C. Superior
Court. Current Chief Judge Robert E. Morin,
who has served on the court for 24 years,
is retiring on September 30.

BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Jessica E. Adler, Catherine "Katie" D. Bertram, A. J. S.
Dhaliwal, Elizabeth "Sally" Gere, Susan M. Hoffman,
Theodore A. Howard, Janene D. Jackson, Su Sie Ju,
Natalie M. Koss, June B. Kress, Megan Lacchini, Paul
S. Lee, Lisa Lipsky, Amy E. Nelson, Peggy Lansbach
O'More, Ramya Ravindran, Bridget M. Rowan,
Saleema Snow, Courtney L. Weiner

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HONORING BAR LEADERS VIRTUALLY

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Robert J. Spagnoletti

On July 30, the D.C. Bar will hold its Celebration
of Leadership and Presidents Reception virtually.
Tune in to see Susan M. Hoffman deliver her final
remarks as president and pass the gavel of leadership to Geoffrey M. Klineberg, 49th president of
the D.C. Bar.

EDITOR IN CHIEF
Andrea T. Williams
MANAGING EDITOR
Fleur L. Harris
SENIOR CONTENT EDITOR
Susannah Buell
STAFF WRITERS
John Murph
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for members who want to engage remotely,
taking advantage of a wide range of virtual
programming for $79 a year. Our new premium
membership offers the flexibility of virtual and
in-person engagement, and greater discounts
on CLE offerings, all for $120 annually. Compare
both memberships and find the right one
for you.

GETTING BACK TO THE OFFICE
The D.C. Bar Communities podcast "Brief
Encounters" recently explored return-towork preparedness in light of the U.S. Equal
Employment Opportunity Commission's guidance
for the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, what
can employers ask, given restrictions by the
Americans With Disabilities Act?
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020

Digital Extras
Your Voice
From Our President
Election Coverage
Practice Management
Calendar of Events
When Law Firms Go Remote feature
Disaster Preparedness for Lawyers feature
Staying Afloat feature
Privacy Rights During a Pandemic Feature
Hamilton's Enduring Legacy feature
Annual Report
Taking the Stand
The Learning Curve
On Further Review
Member Spotlight -
Worth Reading
Attorney Briefs
Disciplinary Summaries
Women's Suffrage special section
Speaking of Ethics
A Slice of Wry
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Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 1
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Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Digital Extras
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Your Voice
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - From Our President
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Election Coverage
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Practice Management
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Calendar of Events
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 10
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 11
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - When Law Firms Go Remote feature
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Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 14
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Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 16
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 17
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Disaster Preparedness for Lawyers feature
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Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 20
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 21
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Staying Afloat feature
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Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 26
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Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Privacy Rights During a Pandemic Feature
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Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 31
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Hamilton's Enduring Legacy feature
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 33
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Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Annual Report
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Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 41
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Taking the Stand
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - The Learning Curve
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - On Further Review
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Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Member Spotlight -
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 47
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Worth Reading
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 49
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Attorney Briefs
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Disciplinary Summaries
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Women's Suffrage special section
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 53
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - Speaking of Ethics
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - 55
Washington Lawyer - July/August 2020 - A Slice of Wry
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