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A demonstrator outside the Supreme Court building, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Oct. 6, 2018. (Tom Brenner/Copyright 2018 The New York Times)

U.S. Supreme Court Decision Could Mean Big Changes for North Dakota Bar Association

U.S. Supreme Court Decision Could Mean Big Changes for North Dakota Bar Association

Lawyers in the State of North Dakota pay dues to what’s called an integrated bar. The State Bar Association of North Dakota is both the official regulatory body for the legal industry in our state, administering the licensing and discipline of lawyers who work in our state, and an advocacy group for the legal industry.

Appeals Court Upholds Dismissal of Suit Over Lawyer Dues Used to Oppose Shared Parenting

The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals has weighed in on a lawsuit aimed at the State Bar Association of North Dakota over that organization’s use of legally-required lawyer dues to engage in political activities against a shared parenting measure in the 2014 election cycle. The plaintiff in the suit, Bismarck attorney Arnold Fleck, originally argued

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Taxpayer Funded Politics: Lawmakers Should Take Away The State Bar Association's Advocacy Powers

North Dakota has a real problem with occupational licensing boards – state-sanctioned organizations that issue licenses to dentists and podiatrists and lawyers – which have seen their missions creep into political advocacy. During the 2015 legislative session I found that fewer than eight state licensing boards with registered lobbyists. In October Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem’s

State Bar Association Facing Lawsuit Over Use Of Licensing Fees For Politics

Chris Berg broke this story last night on his 6:30 Point of View program. You can read the complaint in the suit below, which was filed by attorneys for the Arizona-based Goldwater Institute on behalf of Bismarck-based attorney Arnold Fleck. You can read the Goldwater Institute’s press release on the matter here. At issue here

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