American Bar Association

Definition of "American Bar Association"
  1. A well-regarded organization of American lawyers that influences law practice guidelines. It publishes a monthly journal, books, reports, and law office management manuals. The organization hosts a large annual national convention.
How to use "American Bar Association" in a sentence
  1. The American Bar Association provides guidelines for ethical law practice.
  2. As a member of the American Bar Association, she took part in the annual national convention.
  3. He referenced an article from the American Bar Association Journal in his case preparation.

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