The Women & Law Section of the DSBA is sponsoring A Midsummer Wine Dinner to support the Roxana C. Arsht Fellowship on June 18, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at Caffé Gelato. Click here for more information. Click here to register.
The next issue of the Delaware Law Review is now available. Please click here to view the full issue.
To order the 2015 Delaware Legal Directory, your resource for information about attorneys, law firms, and the practice of law in Delaware and available January 2015, please click here and complete the order form.
Click here to access the complete document, “Report of Independent Counsel on Investigation of Violations of Delaware Campaign Finance and Related State Laws”
Voluntary Good Practices Guidance to Combat Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
The Voluntary Good Practices Guidance for Lawyers to Detect and Combat Money Laundering and
Terrorist Financing (the “Voluntary Guidance”) has been developed by the ABA Task Force on Gatekeeper
Regulation in the Profession, working with other state and local bar associations, including with members of
the Delaware State Bar Association, and specialty bar organizations. The genesis of the work of the ABA
Task Force was a serious concern that mandatory gatekeeper requirements being promoted through federal
legislation and potential regulations would significantly affect confidential attorney/client relationships and
privilege. The Delaware State Bar Association supports this initiative and the Voluntary Guidance. Below
are links to two publications from the ABA Task Force for more information.
Voluntary Good Practices Guidance for Lawyers to Detect and Combat Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
FAQs on the Gatekeeper Initiative and Voluntary Good Practices Guidance
The DSBA has endorsed the Voluntary Good Guidance and has embarked on a series of efforts to promote it
to all Delaware attorneys. We take seriously these efforts to help combat criminal activity in ways that are
consistent with our duties to our clients, the courts and the profession.
Final Report of Survey of DSBA Members To Assess the Presence of Conditions that Hinder Their Practice of Law
Click here to access the DSBA Disabilities Survey Report conducted on behalf of the Delaware State Bar Association by the Center for Community Research and Service in the School of Public Policy and Administration of the University of Delaware.
DSBA Members: Put the DSBA Bar Journal in the palm of your hand!
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The Journal of the Delaware State Bar Association app allows you to view current and past issues going back to 2009 on your Android device*.
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