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What does ALI stand for?

ALI stands for American Law Institute

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Sarah Howard Hobbs, the Charles Baum Distinguished Professor of Law at the Bowen School of Law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, is among 47 attorneys, judges and professors from throughout the United States elected to The American Law Institute.
Dave Aronberg, D-Greenacres--the sponsor of SB 252--said the largely technical, stylistic, and nonsubstantive changes included in the bill are based on revisions made in 2001 to Article 1 of the UCC model code by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws and the American Law Institute.
She is a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, the American Law Institute and the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Partners Network.
Congress is considering tort reform; the Data Quality Act (Office of Management and Budget 2002) produced a large number of new federal regulations about how government agencies may use scientific data; Daubert hearings (Project on Scientific Knowledge and Public Policy 2003), based on a 10-year-old Supreme Court decision and its progeny, dominate product liability and toxic tort litigation; and the American Law Institute is revisiting its Restatement of Torts (American Law Institute 2003) that proposes to tell judges and others how scientists determine causation.
A Practitioner's Guide to Construction Law," published by the American Law Institute of the American Bar Association, is a new front-line resource for professionals who practice construction law or who are involved in the construction process.
A body of "best practice" recommendations for audit committees approved by the American Law Institute (ALI), a professional organization of practicing attorneys, judges and law school deans and professors.