Is the American Bar Association trying to “purify” itself of all of those anachronisms who believe, well, men are male and women are female in favor of a position that those who believe such a thing need not be working in the profession?
So argue two longtime leaders in American legal circles, Herb Titus, who taught constitutional law for 26 years and was the founding dean of Regent Law School, and Bill Olson, who served in three positions in the Reagan administration.
They now practice law at Bill Olson, P.C., and wrote the article for a series created by the United States Justice Foundation.
They have posted at the Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies a critique of a proposal from the ABA.
The organization is considering defining as “professional misconduct,” if anyone “in conduct related to the practice of law,” discriminates against anyone “on the basis of race, sex, religion, national origin, ethnicity, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status or socioeconomic status.”
States the ABA, this “applies to conduct related to a lawyer’s practice, of law, including the operation and management of a law firm or law practice.”
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