The Declarations of Candidacy for this year’s second vice president and national director positions were submitted.
DRI congratulates the following prize winners who were selected randomly from all of our recruiters.
DRI joins with all those who mourn the lives of these children, and grieves with all of those who have suffered from the traumatic impact of these residential schools, historically and at present.
DRI Past President speaks with DRI CEO Dean Martinez about his first year at DRI, leadership through a pandemic, and the future of the organization.
DRI President Emily Coughlin, discusses DRI’s May Membership Month and the goal of having DRI members "Just Get One" colleague to join the organization.
USSC agrees with DRI amicus argument in BP et v. Baltimore. The opinion makes it clear that federal courts of appeals will be able to review all grounds for removing climate-change suits from state to federal court.
DRI announces its annual Law Student Diversity Scholarship program. Applications and all other requested materials must be received by June 30, 2021. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.
Florida Supreme Court adopts new Summary Judgment rule that closely parallels FRCP 56. DRI and the Center for Law & Public Policy had urged the Court to adopt this change.
DRI, through its Center for Law and Public Policy, has filed a statement in opposition to West Virginia House Bill 3300 and the Governor’s Proposal, which, if adopted, would tax professional services in the state.
Statement from DRI Executive Committee and CEO Dean Martinez on Violence Against Asian American Community
DRI strongly condemns all acts of violence and discrimination directed toward members of the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. We are deeply saddened and angered by recent events.
The legal tech company and the international organization of attorneys will come together to focus on the business of law.
DRI Files Statement with Defense Bar/Business Support Group in support of Proposed Revisions to Mass. R. Civ. P. 30 & 30A
DRI, the nation’s largest civil defense bar organization, has filed a statement with other organizations supporting amendments to the MA Civil Rules 30 & 30 A.
DRI, Lawyers Representing Business, CEO Dean Martinez released the following statement in response to large groups of rioters who violently stormed the U.S. Capitol building as Members of Congress met to count the electoral votes.
DRI–The Voice of the Defense Bar has filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court supporting the petitioners in BP p.l.c. v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, No. 19-1189.