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ABA

abbreviation for AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION.
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The Book Award Program will serve as a supplement to the ABA Foundation's financial education campaigns, including Teach Children to Save and Get Smart About Credit, which encourage bankers to teach money skills lessons to local students.
ABA Bank Compliance was cited in the categories of Education and Training Writing and Outstanding Regular Column.
After 24 hours, leaves still attached to the plant treated with a 5 pL drop of control media contained 1373 +/- 178 ng/g ABA while attached leaves treated with a drop of media also containing IAA contained 1631 +/- 159 ng/g ABA.
With little training in how to actually practice law and often owing in excess of $100,000 in tuition loans alone, many graduates bitterly complain that their third- and fourth-tier ABA law schools did nothing to help advance their careers other than confer upon them a near worthless - but very expensive - degree.
Former Education Minister Mrs O'Rourke sent an official letter to Ms Hanafin yesterday inviting her to visit Saplings ABA School in Mullingar, Co Westmeath.
Are the salespeople and agents who will be doing the referring of business to the ABA also employees or are they independent agents of the referral source?
I am very disappointed with the amount of coverage given the ABA vote, especially in the Midwest," said Carey.
25) These standards generally parallel the ABA Model Rules for Professional Conduct.
What kind of ABA internal support department do you have?
The first positive results of ABA with the autistic population were demonstrated in the 1960s, when programs were established in classroom sites (Schreibman, 2000).
To address the negative effects of inappropriate and unjustified criticism of judges, the ABA has developed a protocol to assist state and local bar associations, and other interested organizations, in responding to personal attacks and criticism that lead to diminution of public trust and confidence in the courts.
Similar to the ABA and ACTC requests for additional implementation guidance, the AICPA believes that such guidance should provide examples for each type of failure to comply with proposed Section 10.