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Editor: W. Patrick Tandy

March, 2004


Membership News


MSBA Affinity Partner Wins 2004 Weddle Users Choice Award

MSBA affinity partner Legal Career Network Center (LCCN) has won the 2004 Weddle Users’ Choice Award. Recipients of this award are selected by HR professionals, recruiters and job-seekers, who pick the best from the Web’s 40,000 job boards. LCCN ( is the first “legal-focus” job website ever to receive the award.

CAREER-XROADS, the leading reference guide to job and resume websites, has also selected LCCN for its “Best of the Best” list. LCCN is the only “legal-focus” job website ever to make this list as well.

LCCN is not one site but a shared network of legal associations who have combined their resources to create the No. 1 “legal” job website in the nation, a powerful resource for members and the legal community as a whole.

LCCN has taken great care in delivering the tools and services needed to help bring legal professionals and employers together. When you utilize the Career Center, you are reaching the combined resources of over 89 Legal Career Centers across the nation powered by

For more information, visit

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Sections offer events,  activities and newsletters that keep you up-  to-date with events of interest to you as an attorney, law student, paralegal or law office administrator.

Convenient print and electronic newsletters feature information about recent case developments of issues relevant to your field of practice (select sections).

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Publications : Bar Bulletin: March, 2004

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