Thursday, June 11, 2020
"I challenge you to think back one year," Sarah Y. Sheppeard writes in her final column as TBA president. "What would you have predicted for June 2020? I will be the first to admit that my plans for this TBA bar year did not include coping with a global pandemic. Neither did I envision working from home for weeks, wearing a mask to the grocery store or not being able to meet in person with a client." And yet, here we are! Sheppeard writes about the big difference a year makes, and invites all to the TBA convention, which is free and includes eight amazing hours of CLE. The issue also includes a review by John P. Williams of the book, Lincoln's Last Trial: The Murder Case that Propelled Him to the Presidency.
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