American Bar Association (ABA)

Definition of "American Bar Association (ABA)"
  1. A voluntary group of U.S. lawyers established in 1878 that offers law school accreditation, continuous legal classes, legal information, and support for improving the public legal system
How to use "American Bar Association (ABA)" in a sentence
  1. She was a member of the American Bar Association (ABA) and regularly attended their events.
  2. The American Bar Association (ABA) accredited the prestigious law school.
  3. The American Bar Association (ABA) plays a crucial role in maintaining a high standard in the U.S. legal system.

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