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Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013
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Connect, share and collaborate with fellow MBA members on My Bar Access

Participate in ongoing section discussions on the Animal Law Practice Group, the upcoming Immigration Law Section Networking Social, data security regulations and more.

The Massachusetts Bar Association has launched My Bar Access, which replaces the section/division portion of the MBA website. Visit http://access.massbar.org/ today to join the conversation.

Check out posts on:

  • Proposed Bill 374; and
  • Responding to Chapter 93a demand letters in product liability cases.

Participate in ongoing member group discussions, including:

  • A Civil Litigation post about its Animal Law Practice Group;
  • Information about the upcoming Immigration Law Section Networking Social on Feb. 13;
  • Practice tips from members of The Sole Practitioner & Small Firm about data security regulations; and
  • An opportunity for Young Lawyers Division members to volunteer at the Boston American Bar Association student moot court competition from Feb. 28 through March 2.

The following simple steps can instantly connect you with fellow members:

  1. Login and agree to terms: Sign in using your MBA user name and password and sign the Code of Conduct.
  2. Create your profile and settings: Include your bio and photo and customize the frequency and format of your notifications (your profile info from LinkedIn may be pulled over).
  3. Start connecting: Post blogs, discussions (listservs) or upload a resource library entry for your section(s).

Resource materials -- including "Getting Started on My Bar Access" and "How to Use My Bar Access" -- posted in various areas throughout the site, can help users with questions. Following a review of those resources, members who need further help should contact the My Bar Access Help Desk at [e-mail mybaraccess].

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