Congratulations to All Who Passed the Bar Exam!

The Alabama State Bar has released the results of the July bar exam. Congrats to those who passed! You can find the results and statistics from the exam here.

Now Available: Leadership Forum Applications

Applications for the 15th class of the Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum are now available here. The deadline to submit applications is Oct. 21 by 5 p.m. We are thrilled to bring back this dynamic program that nurtures and develops leadership skills among a select group of qualified, promising lawyers!

Pro Bono Month Events Planned

Dozens of events are planned throughout the state in celebration of Pro Bono Month in October. Make sure you bookmark our social media toolkit to help us promote the impact Alabama's pro bono attorneys have on our state.

Supreme Court Decisions and Opinions

Click here to view this week's Alabama Supreme Court decisions and opinions.

Attend Oral Arguments in Birmingham

The Supreme Court of Alabama will convene in special session at Samford University Wright Center on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 9 a.m. View the docket here.

Mindfulness in Law Society Lunch

The Alabama Chapter of the Mindfulness in Law Society will hold an informal lunch gathering on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at 11:30 a.m. at Bettola Italian restaurant in Birmingham. This event will create an opportunity to interact with others interested in mindfulness practice and briefly discuss future plans for the chapter. RSVP here.

Free Wellness and Well-Being Webinar Series

The Arizona State Bar and Supreme Court are offering a free three-part series on lawyer wellness/well-being and related challenges.  Part one focuses on substance use disorder, addiction and the opioid crisis; part two focuses on depression, anxiety and suicide; and part three ends the year on a high note with strategies for wellness/well-being. The first webcast is Oct. 21, and is open to all lawyers, paralegals and judges.  This program is not intended to offer CLE credit nor comply with the MCLE rules or regulation. 

ASB Calendar

Wednesday, Sept. 25: State of the Bar - Houston County

Friday, Sept. 27: State of the Bar - Cumberland School of Law

Tuesday, Oct. 1: Pro Bono Month Begins

Wednesday, Oct. 2: State of the Bar - Huntsville/Madison

Thursday, Oct. 3: Leadership Symposium

Friday, Oct. 4 - Saturday, Oct. 5: Annual Family Law Retreat to the Beach

Thursday, Oct. 24: Bar Admissions Ceremony

Wednesday, Jan. 22 - Thursday, Jan 23: SAVE THE DATE for our Mid-Year Meeting at The Lodge at Gulf State Park. Registration info and agenda coming soon!

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This Week at the Bar

Office of General Counsel Hosts Summit on Disciplinary Process

General Counsel Roman Shaul hosted a summit to demystify the disciplinary process while also sharing his office's commitment to transparency and integrity. Thanks to all who attended and provided important insight and input.

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Women's Section Hosts Reception for Allison Skinner

Allison Skinner, the recipient of the Susan Bevill Livingston Leadership Award, was honored with a reception Thursday at Cadence Bank in downtown Birmingham. Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition. 

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Featured Member Benefit: 
ABA Retirement Webinar

Learn from a panel of experts about the ABA Retirement Funds Program, a competitively-priced retirement plan built by lawyers specifically for the legal community and offered to you through the Alabama State Bar.

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ASB Leaders Present the State of the Bar to Bessemer Bar 

Executive Director Phillip McCallum and President-elect Bob Methvin spoke to the Bessemer Bar Friday. Executive Council Member George Parker joined them to promote Leadership Forum applications!

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IN MEMORIAM: Deceased Attorneys

Lisa Hagood Melvin
Died: Sept. 13, 2019
Admitted: Apr. 25, 2003

Curtis Leverne Scott
Died: May 12, 2019
Admitted: Sept. 27, 2002

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