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Vol. 86, No. 2, June 2017View Issue
- Letter from the Chair
- President's Page
- New Regulations Under Titles II and III of the ADA Address Disability Standards Under the ADA Amendments Act
- Report on the Future of Legal Services in the United States: 12 Recommendations for Improving the Delivery of Legal Services to the American Public
- Shhh . . . California Examinees May Be Sleeping In after Day Two of the Bar Exam
- The Testing Column: Standards? We Don’t Need No Stinking Standards!
- Litigation Update
- In the Matter of Harlin, 393 P.3d 202 (OK 2017)
- In re Application of Tynes, 54 N.E.3d 1237, 146 Ohio St.3d 243 (OH 2016)
- Schoenefeld v. Schneiderman, — S. Ct. —, 2017 WL 1366736 (Mem) (April 17, 2017)