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DIGITAL EXTRAS
ALL EYES ON THE COURT
The marked conservative shift of the U.S. Supreme
Court provided the opening background for the
D.C. Bar's annual " Supreme Court Review and
Preview 2022 " on September 22, where experienced
practitioners also discussed prominent
religion, speech, affirmative action, and voting
regulations cases on its 2022-2023 docket. James
Romoser, editor of SCOTUSblog, moderated the
discussion with panelists John P. Elwood of Arnold
& Porter Kaye Scholer LLP; Elaine J. Goldenberg of
Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP; and William M. Jay of
Goodwin Procter LLP.
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BAR MAGAZINE KEEPS
UP WINNING STREAK
For the third time in a row, Washington Lawyer won
best publication among large bars at the National
Association of Bar Executives (NABE) Communication
Section's 2022 Luminary Awards in Minneapolis,
Minnesota, on September 23. The magazine
also took home the best authored article award
for its feature story on legal deserts (November/
December 2021 issue).
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BAR LEADERS SPEAK
AT ABA CONFERENCE
D.C. Bar President Ellen Jakovic delivered the
opening remarks at the ABA National Conference
for Lawyer Assistance Programs (LAPs) on September
20-22 in Washington, D.C., stressing the
importance of such services to attorney wellbeing.
Denise Perme, associate director of the
D.C. Bar LAP, and Tom Gilbertsen, chair of the
D.C. Bar Lawyer Assistance Committee, were part
of the panel that focused on the graying legal
profession.
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PRACTICE 360° DRAWS
200+ ATTENDEES
On September 14 the D.C. Bar Practice Management
Advisory Service held its annual Practice
360°, addressing a wide array of issues that impact
solo and small firm practitioners. Drawing more
than 230 attendees, the virtual event featured
presentations on assessing opportunities and
ethical risks relating to new technologies, improving
one's negotiation skills, managing stress,
and reviewing digital tools to assist in practice
management.
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NOV/DEC 2022 | VOLUME 37 NO. 3
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Mangones, Fatema K. Merchant, Steven R. Miller,
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Ravindran, Diane Seltzer, Chad Sarchio, Courtney
L. Weiner
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Jakovic and D.C. Bar President-Elect Charles
Lowery met with new lawyers at the DC
Affordable Law Firm to talk about professional
development and community service opportu -
nities available at the Bar. The young lawyers
in turn offered some insights into ways the
Bar can enhance equity for public interest
attorneys.
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Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022

Your Voice
From Our President
Practice Management
Toward Well-Being
Planting the Seeds: Pro Bono Helps Nonprofits Flourish
A Primer on D.C.’s New Debt Collection Law
Eviction Writ Quashing: Last Line of Defense for Tenants
Employment Law Implications of Dobbs
How Immigration Can Help Solve the U.S. Pilot Shortage
Ten Things You Might Have Forgotten Since the Pandemic
SPECIAL SECTION Young Lawyers Bring Passion to Public Interest Work
Attorney Briefs
Taking the Stand
Disciplinary Summaries
On Further Review
Member Spotlight
Worth Reading
Speaking of Ethics
The Learning Curve
The Pro Bono Effect
A Slice of Wry
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Cover1
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Cover2
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 1
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 2
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 3
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 4
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Your Voice
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 6
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - From Our President
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Practice Management
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Toward Well-Being
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Planting the Seeds: Pro Bono Helps Nonprofits Flourish
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 11
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 12
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 13
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - A Primer on D.C.’s New Debt Collection Law
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 15
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 16
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 17
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Eviction Writ Quashing: Last Line of Defense for Tenants
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 19
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Employment Law Implications of Dobbs
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 21
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - How Immigration Can Help Solve the U.S. Pilot Shortage
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 23
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 24
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 25
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Ten Things You Might Have Forgotten Since the Pandemic
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 27
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 28
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 29
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - SPECIAL SECTION Young Lawyers Bring Passion to Public Interest Work
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 31
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 32
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Attorney Briefs
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Taking the Stand
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 35
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Disciplinary Summaries
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 37
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - On Further Review
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 39
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Member Spotlight
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 41
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Worth Reading
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 43
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - Speaking of Ethics
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 45
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - The Learning Curve
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - The Pro Bono Effect
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 48
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 49
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 50
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - 51
Washington Lawyer - November/December 2022 - A Slice of Wry
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