American Bar Association

The American Bar Association (ABA) is a voluntary bar association of lawyers and law students; it is not specific to any jurisdiction in the United States. Founded in 1878, the ABA's stated activities are the setting of academic standards for law schools, and the formulation of model ethical codes related to the legal profession. As of fiscal year 2017, the ABA had 194,000 dues-paying members, constituting approximately 14.4% of American attorneys. In 1979, half of all lawyers in the U.S. were members of the ABA. The organization's national headquarters are in Chicago, Illinois, and it also maintains a significant branch office in Washington, D.C.

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by Hagerman, James
Published 1904
Con. P. Curran Print. Co
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by Hughes, Charles E.
Published 1917
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by Hook, William Cather
Published 1913
John C. Bovard, Commercial Printer
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by Taylor, Robert Stewart
Published 1911
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Published 1909
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by Alexander, Lucien Hugh
Published 1905
Crist, Scott & Parshall
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by Manderson, Charles Frederick
Published 1900
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by Brewster, Lyman Denison
Published 1898
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by Carter, James Coolidge
Published 1890
Dando Printing and Pub. Co
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Published 1908
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by Wells, William P.
Published 1886
Dando Printing and Pub. Co
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