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Connect, share and collaborate on My Bar Access

Log in to My Bar Access today and kick off the 2013-14 MBA association year by instantly connecting with fellow section members through My Bar Access discussions (formerly known as listservs), which are private and can only be viewed by fellow members.

My Bar Access discussions allow members to enjoy the benefits of a traditional listserv, without clogging their inbox. Members choose how often they wish to receive My Bar Access notifications and connect with colleagues.

By default, MBA members receive only one discussion group e-mail per day. Users can update their subscription settings to change notification frequency.

Questions about a new rule? Post in one of the MBA's 18 practice-specific member group discussions and receive feedback from fellow practitioners. For example, a question about alimony reform laws might start a discussion in the Family Law member group.

Need a referral? Connect with MBA members with specific practice expertise.

Looking for a sample motion? Ask for advice and search My Bar Access for document examples added to resource libraries by other members. For example, a member who is drafting a motion in limine for an upcoming trial might get a sample from a fellow civil litigator.

Curious who is attending an upcoming CLE? Members can enrich their program experience and learn about upcoming MBA seminars and conferences directly from program faculty.

Interested in learning more about fellow members? Strengthen membership connections and put faces with names. Each discussion post includes basic profile information about the person who made the post.

Questions? Visit http://access.massbar.org and click "Contact Us."

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