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23, My Employer & Me: On genetic testing, privacy, and employment

I’ve always been curious about my ancestry. That curiosity recently led me to contact the genetic testing provider 23andMe®, who provided me with the following option: For $100 more I could have my DNA tested for genetic health risks including late-onset Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease. This testing also determines whether or not I am a […]

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Lawyer well-being and lawyer regulation

To be a good lawyer, one has to be a healthy lawyer,” wrote the co-chairs of a national panel on lawyer well-being earlier this year in introducing their report, “The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Positive Change.”1 Your thoughts? At first glance, I think most people would say they agree—this is obvious, right? […]

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Coming together

At the beginning of the bar year, I talked about the “opportunity to succeed/permission to fail” mentality that I hoped the MSBA and its members would be willing to adopt. I raised various challenges to the profession and the legal system, the risk and benefit of change, and the possibility of innovation not yet envisioned […]

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MSBA policy action updates

Lawyer registration: The MSBA filed comments with the Court regarding proposed changes to the Lawyer Registration Rules. The MSBA requested that the rule be amended to permit the Court to publish disaggregated data on race and gender. Currently the Court publishes race data and gender data, but not data that combines both of these variables. […]

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December 2017

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