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Unlimited committee newsletter subscriptions are included as a benefit of your membership in the ABA Section of Litigation at no additional charge. Whether you practice criminal or construction or commercial litigation, we have resources specific to the kind of litigation you practice. We have 39 committees each focused on discreet litigation practice areas. By joining a committee, you get timely, in-depth analysis of legal issues and trends from top litigators in your field.

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When you join a committee, there is no obligation to get involved. By joining a committee, you tell us what information you are most interested in and start getting more detailed information in your areas of practice. (If you are looking to raise your profile in the legal community, there are opportunities to volunteer — simply contact the committee co-chairs of a committee that interests you.)

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Sample Past Committee Newsletters

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