The National Advocates is excited to introduce our latest acrylic recognition marquee! This all-new design signifies your National Advocates membership in a bold, modern and innovative display. Whether you place it on your desk, credenza, or bookcase, this new marquee will certainly enhance the décor of your office or any other room. The acrylic dimensions measure 9.25” x 11.25”.

***You must be a member of the National Advocates Top 100 to order this desk plaque.

The National Advocates is excited to introduce our latest acrylic recognition marquee! This all-new design signifies your National Advocates membership in a bold, modern and innovative display. Whether you place it on your desk, credenza, or bookcase, this new marquee will certainly enhance the décor of your office or any other room. The acrylic dimensions measure 9.25” x 11.25”.

***You must be a member of the National Advocates Top 40 Under 40 to order this desk plaque.

Our 15” x 12” plaque is milled from solid walnut and finished with a high quality stain finish. It is the envy of professionals and the customary standard-setter to display career achievements and recognitions.

***You must be a member of the National Advocates Top 40 Under 40 to order this wall plaque.

Our 15” x 12” plaque is milled from solid walnut and finished with a high quality stain finish. It is the envy of professionals and the customary standard-setter to display career achievements and recognitions.

***You must be a member of the National Advocates Top 100 to order this wall plaque.

The cast statue is 12” in height and set on a 4” stunning solid polished marble base. The base is personalized with a decorative engraving plate highlighting the organization of membership. There is no better way to display your membership than with this tasteful piece of legal artwork.

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***You must be a member of the Top 100 or Top 40 Under 40 Advocates to order this statue.

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Podcast: Proposed changes to the ADA Education and Reform Act
CongressThe House of Representatives has passed HR 620, also known as the ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017. Critics say the changes would restrict the rights of disabled Americans with the goal of limiting "frivolous" lawsuits. In this podcast from the Legal Talk Network, RinglerRadio hosts Larry Cohen and Peter Early talk to Robyn Powell, an attorney, writer and scholar whose work focuses on disability law and policy. They discuss the controversial changes to the ADA, and how they could affect disabled Americans. Webinar: The Facebook advertising playbook for law firms
What are the most effective ways to market your law firm on Facebook and other social media outlets? This on-demand webinar with Crisp CEO Michael Mogill shows you how you can leverage Facebook to generate leads, raise awareness for your firm, and take your marketing to the next level.  Whether you’re a Facebook expert or brand new to the platform, this webinar will show you the ins and outs of setting up and optimizing your law firm’s Facebook ad campaigns to create an incoming stream of quality leads. Click here to watch the webinar. If you don’t have time to watch the webinar, Crisp has also created a free eBook, The Social Media Cheat Sheet for Law Firms. It covers the ways in which attorneys can set up and optimize their social media profiles on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.Federal judge’s ruling ordering restart of DACA
A federal judge has ruled that the Trump administration's ending of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was "arbitrary and capricious," and the program should be restarted. NPR reports that US District Judge John D. Bates gave the administration 90 days to "better explain its view" that the DACA program is illegal. You can read Judge Bates' decision here.Video: Fraternity expelled for mocking disabilities
A fraternity has been expelled from Syracuse University after a video showed members mocking the disabled. Video from CNN shows members of the Theta Tau fraternity miming the sexual assault of a disabled person. The Washington Post reports that fraternity members can be heard describing a young man in a wheeled office chair as "brain dead."

“He’s drooling out of his mouth because he’s retarded in a wheelchair,” a fraternity member says in the video, before three people surround the person in the chair and appear to mimic forcing him to perform oral sex. Others can be seen watching.

“They leave the helmet on for protection, but they don’t protect themselves,” the fraternity member says.

The video was first posted on a secret Facebook page, according to CNN, and later obtained by the Syracuse student newspaper The Daily Orange.

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