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  Click here to download and/or read the entire December 2016 issue of Around the Bar (Vol. 312).

    Inside this issue:
  • Letter from the president: 
    2016 -- The year of civility?
  • Gail's grammar: block quotations
  • Attorney spotlight: Francisca M. M. Comeaux
  • Overtime laws in the news
  • Getting away Down Under
  • December Bar Luncheon:  Dec. 7


  Click here to download and/or read the entire November 2016 issue of Around the Bar (Vol. 311).

    Inside this issue:
  • Letter from the president: 
    Don't forget our vets when you give thanks Nov. 24
  • Gail's grammar: Louisiana Revised Statute or Statutes?
  • Attorney spotlight: Loren Shanklin Fleshman
  • Louisiana's new shareholder oppression statute
  • Celebrating a decade of Teen Court
  • Holiday Star Project: Making spirits bright for 25 years
  • Sample Bar Leader Ballots


  Click here to download and/or read the entire October 2016 issue of Around the Bar (Vol. 310).

    Inside this issue:
  • Letter from the president: 
    Every four years
  • Gail's grammar: hurtle / hurdle
  • Attorney spotlight: Cody C. Passman
  • Maximixe your firm's productivity through ability testing
  • Is it time for a federal right-of-publicity claim?
  • Legislative update
  • Baton Rouge Bar member's legal research website
    becomes his passion
  • BELLY UP EVENT:  Friday, Oct. 28 
  • ARTS JUDICATA:  March 30 (Rescheduled)


  Click here to download and/or read the entire September 2016 issue of Around the Bar (Vol. 309).

    Inside this issue:
  • Letter from the president: 
    Social media and the practice
    of law: Be careful
  • Gail's grammar: read / lead / led
  • Attorney spotlight: Franz N. Borghardt
  • In memoriam: Ralph Brewer
  • Interview: Judge Shelly D. Dick
  • Revenge Porn in Louisiana
  • A visit to Cuba
  • Is Cuba ready for business?
  • BAR LUNCHEON:  Thursday, Sept. 8
  • ARTS JUDICATA:  Thursday, Sept. 29


  Click here to download and/or read the entire June 2016 issue of Around the Bar (Vol. 308).

    Inside this issue:
  • Letter from the president: 
    How do we handle an aging bar? 
  • Tales from the bar side: 
    Carry on
  • Gail's grammar: has proved or has proven
  • Attorney spotlight: Lauren Smith Hensgens 
  • In memoriam: Karl Krousel
  • The automotive-repair industry and the
    practice of insurance steering
  • Jury selection: Choosing the right audience
  • BAR LUNCHEON:  Tuesday, June 14


  Click here to download and/or read the entire May 2016 issue of Around the Bar (Vol. 307).

    Inside this issue:
  • Letter from the president: 
    Sleeping on the job?
  • Tales from the bar side: 
    Animal crackers
  • Gail's grammar: worse and worst
  • Attorney spotlight: Katie Desrouleaux Bowman
  • Which job interview questions are off limits?
  • Employee privacy challenges


  Click here to download and/or read the entire April 2016 issue of Around the Bar (Vol. 306).

    Inside this issue:
  • Letter from the president: 
    What would you do if you did not practice law?
  • Tales from the bar side: 
    True confessions
  • Gail's grammar: every day, everyday
  • Attorney spotlight: Robert Savage
  • Interview with Max C. Marx
  • Student-record access is more
    challeging now than ever


  Click here to download and/or read the entire March 2016 issue of Around the Bar (Vol. 305).

    Inside this issue:
  • Letter from the president: 
    Courtroom drama
  • Tales from the bar side: 
    Crash dummy
  • Gail's grammar: curb, curve
  • Can an employer be vicariously intoxicated
    under La. C.C. article 2314.5?
  • What I've learned: Bernard E. Boudreaux Jr. 
  • In memoriam: Cheney C. Joseph Jr. 
  • Bar Luncheon: March 23, 2016


  Click here to download and/or read the entire February 2016 issue of Around the Bar (Vol. 304).

    Inside this issue:
  • Letter from the president: 
    What can the BRBA do for your practice?
    Amazing things!
  • Tales from the bar side: 
    Kindred souls
  • Gail's grammar: E-mail, e-mail, email
  • Authentic act requires physical presence
    of notary and witness
  • Interview: Lewis S. Doherty III
  • Interview: Rolando Urbina
  • Bar Luncheon: Feb. 17, 2016


  Click here to download and/or read the entire January 2016 issue of Around the Bar (Vol. 303).

    Inside this issue:
  • Letter from the president: 
    A return to civility 
  • Message from the chair: 
    Mock Trial
  • Tales from the bar side: 
    My bad
  • Gail's grammar: Reign, Rein
  • The new domestic violence laws:
    How they affect your practice
  • In his own words: What (the heck)
    is wrong with the IRS?


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