June 2006
 

Family Law Docket

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Accepts Section Award
The Section was honored to present the Friend of the Family Award to U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Spring CLE Conference.
Read her remarks

Membership Renewal
We hope you have found value in your Section membership this year and look forward to bringing you even greater CLE programs, resources and member benefits in the year ahead. Make sure to pay your ABA and Section of Family Law dues on time so you do not miss out!

Pay your dues online now by logging in to myABA with your ABA ID and password. If you have never logged in before, your password is your last name in lowercase letters.

Call for CLE Proposals
The CLE Committee is now accepting proposals for CLE programs at upcoming meetings and teleseminars. If you have an idea you would like to see presented or would like to present, fill out the appropriate form below.
CLE Program Proposal
Teleseminar Proposal

Best of the Listserv

June's Best of the Listserv explores varying views on the Jewish Get.

Publications

The Military Divorce Handbook
Mark Sullivan

Product Code 5130135

Military personnel are involved in the same domestic situations as civilians' divorce, separation, custody, support, and division of property. Yet when a divorce action involves a military client, there are special issues that arise which make these cases more difficult.

The Military Divorce Handbook guides you through the complexities of all aspects of representing military personnel or their spouses to help you provide competent and thorough representation for your client.

The handbook includes a glossary, table of cases, and comprehensive index, as well as a CD-ROM with forms and additional background material.

To order today, call the ABA Service Center at 800-285-2221 and request Product Code 5130135 or order online.

Buy Now!
   

Article

Overview of Relocation Laws in the 50 States
By Jeff Atkinson

This month's featured article is from the Relocation plenary program presented at the Spring CLE Conference. It has been updated with the most current information and includes a chart of laws in each state.

To purchase complete course materials from the CLE conference visit www.ababooks.org and search for product code 5130142cd (CD-ROM format) or 5130143 (bound compendium format).

CLE Calendar

Practicing Law the Collaborative Way
Online Seminar

This program is available to listen to online for free through July 20, 2006.

The growing collaborative law movement recognizes these difficulties and developed strategies that attorneys and their clients can use in to resolve disputes in a way that emphasizes the spirit of cooperation and mutual respect while avoiding the wrenching crucible of court.

This seminar describes the concept of collaborative law, the rules it follows, and how it can be applied in a typical law practice setting.

Learn More

ABA Annual Meeting
August 4 - 6, 2006
Honolulu, Hawaii
We're looking forward to seeing you in Hawaii!

Today is the last day to pre-purchase tickets for the Section Compendium, Annual Luncheon and Aloha Reception

If you cannot attend, look for the opportunity to purchase course materials following the program.

Fall CLE Conference
October 25 - 28, 2006
Eldorado Hotel
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Read a Sneak Preview!

Past TeleSeminars
If you missed one of our teleseminars this year including:

o Representing Children in Custody Cases
o
A Family Law Attorney's Guide to Divorce-Related Tax Issues

these programs and more are available on our webstore to listen to at your convenience!

See all Family Law CLE materials available

Save the Date!
Mark your calendars for upcoming Section of Family Law conferences and teleseminars. Check back for registration details and the latest course offerings.

See the schedule


     

 



This month's
featured benefit:


New Members Only Online Resource Center

What is it?
The new Family Law Members Only Online Resource Center is your place to gain and share knowledge with other Section Members. This benefit has been updated to ensure easier access and more sharing among members. This resource library is available to you for free with your Section membership

What's in it for me?
This portal gives you articles, sample forms, case studies and state guidelines at your fingertips. All materials have been provided by colleagues and put to use in their practice. If you have a great form others may be able to use, an article you have written that you would like to share, or other tips for fellow family law attorneys, this is the place to do it.

How do I access it?
The Online Resource Center is available only to Section members. Go to www.abanet.org/
family/premium-fl/orc
and log in to access the library of resources.

If you have never logged in before, your user id is your ABA ID and your password is your last name in lowercase letters.

   


Editor
Karena Rybarczyk
RybarczK@staff.abanet.org
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