What's Happening at ABI

June 2013
ABI Journal;Jun2013, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p67
The article offers updates and developments at the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI). ABI has showcased its Discover ABI webinars for its members wherein a tutorial is offered in accessing ABI's online tools and services. ABI announces that its members can comment on articles published at its journal's website located at www.journal.abi.org. ABI has also offered continuing legal education (CLE) courses through its eLearning site located at www.elearning,abi.org.


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