Mark Dubois: Bar Groups Nationwide Wrestle with Political Issues

I went to a meeting of the National Council of Bar Presidents the other day. The plenary session was on the issue of whether bar associations should embrace or run from controversial social issues. It was time well spent.

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  • Paul Mordecai Rosenberg

    It should be noted that the “disgruntled litigant,” as Mark Dubois simplistically puts it, who “shot and killed his wife, seriously wounded her attorney and committed suicide” at the Middletown courthouse was a state trooper; and that police in Connecticut still and probably always will have virtual carte blanche with regard to possessing and carrying firearms on and off duty . . .

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