Government & Public Sector Periodicals

GPSLD Periodicals

The Public Lawyer, Summer 2010
Vol. 18, No. 2
Summer 2010

The Public Lawyer
The Division's magazine provides a forum for the examination and discussion of complex issues of special concern to public lawyers.

Check out the Table of Contents and an excerpt from a recent issue.

Indices of Past Issues:
- Volume Index
- Title Index
- Author Index
- Subject Index
Writer's Guidelines
Editorial Board
Reprint Permission


 
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This newsletter reports on Division activity and carries shorter pieces on topics such as dealing with the media, who is the government lawyer's client and tips on litigation.

We need your news items and articles! We are looking for info on awards and honors for offices and colleagues as well as longer pieces on legal careers in the government and public sector. Below are the deadlines for each issue:

Fall: August 10
Winter: November 13
Spring: February 1
Summer: May 3

Publications

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2009-2010 Federal Legal Employment Opportunities Guide
An up-to-date resource for anyone looking for legal employment with the federal government, produced by NALP, the Partnership for Public Service and the GPSLD. Available online for free! Click here for the guide.

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Public Law Office Management Conference Materials 
Program materials from the Division's Public Law Office Management Conference held April 12-13, 2002 are $75 (approximately 300 pages). To order, call the ABA Service Center at 1-800-285-2221 and refer to product code 5400003.

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A Guide to Federal Agency Rulemaking, 4th Edition 
Published by the Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division and the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, the fourth edition of the Guide is an updated source for rulemaking decisions and significant developments since 1991.

Author Jeffrey S. Lubbers, a Fellow in Law and Government at American University's Washington College of Law, offers you an in-depth analysis of major legislation, shares an insider's look at how these recent laws have added new procedural requirements to rulemaking and provides you with valuable citations and commentary for further research.

$94.95
$64.95 for Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division and Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice members 
PC (Product Code): 5010046 
Click here to order.

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Pro Bono Project Development: A Deskbook for Government and Public Sector Lawyers
The Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division and the ABA's Center for Pro Bono have produced Pro Bono Project Development: A Deskbook for Government and Public Sector Lawyers to: (1) encourage greater public lawyer participation in pro bono, and (2) assist public law offices and already existing pro bono programs to create effective policies and projects.

The manual guides managing attorneys, pro bono practitioners, and project coordinators through the issues that impact public lawyer pro bono projects. The manual includes many examples of federal, state, and local policies and procedures that will provide the foundation for successful projects.
Click here to download the pdf.

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