Dallas hosts 2013 Midyear Meeting


The ABA House of Delegates, meeting Feb. 11 during the association’s Midyear Meeting in Dallas, is expected to consider policy recommendations ranging from human trafficking to changes to the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct.

Also on the delegates’ agenda are proposals relating to representation of juveniles, establishment of an independent Center for Indigent Defense Services, mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect, and disclosure of political and campaign spending.

Other highlights of the Midyear Meeting, which runs from Feb. 6-11, include programs on various aspects of human trafficking, cybersecurity, and the unauthorized practice of law.

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