Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNews.com) — The American Bar Association (ABA) is a voluntary association of members of the legal profession. They currently have over 400,000 members in the organization, and provide educational tools and legal information for lawyers, judges, and others to help better the legal system to benefit the public. Each year, the American Bar Association holds a meeting for members of the legal profession to help them improve their skills and expertise.
This year, the meeting will take place in New York City and include a Historical Trial for the infamous murder of celebrated architect Stanford White. Dallas Business Dispute attorney, Shain Khoshbin, of the Clouse, Dunn, & Khoshbin law firm is set to serve as lead prosecutor for the 2008 event.
The Annual Meeting of the ABA includes an abundance of networking and learning opportunities for attendants. The organization has several divisions, committees, and other entities that help develop a variety of useful programs for the event. The meeting includes the largest legal EXPO in the world, the Historical Trial, and other features.
History will be examined for the August meeting during the Historical Trial of the 1906 murder of Stanford White famous for designing New York’s Madison Square Garden. Pittsburgh millionaire Harry Thaw was put on trial twice for shooting the architect with the first ending in a hung jury. He was found not guilty by reason of insanity for the second. Elements will be examined for the Historical Trial to decide if the millionaire was actually insane. The trial is set for Friday, August 8th at 2:00 p.m.
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Dallas Law Reporter