Uniform Law Commission

Uniform Law Commission The Uniform Law Commission brings together over 350 national legal experts who volunteer their time to enhance uniformity of state laws.
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The Uniform Law Commission (ULC) (also known as the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws) is a nonprofit association established in 1892 that provides states with nonpartisan, well-conceived and well-drafted legislation. The ULC's acts brings clarity and stability to critical areas of state law. ULC members are practicing lawyers, judges, legislators and legislative staff and

law professors, who have been appointed by state governments, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to research, draft, and promote enactment of uniform state laws when uniformity is helpful.

The Uniform Law Commission will convene in person for its 131st  Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA, from July 8-14, 202...
07/08/2022

The Uniform Law Commission will convene in person for its 131st Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA, from July 8-14, 2022. Five different acts are being presented for final approval.

Read more about these acts here: http://ow.ly/AABf50JRvuk.

Stay tuned throughout these next few days for more information on !

Twenty-eight organizations signed a bipartisan letter in support of the Uniform Public Expression Protection Act! UPEPA ...
06/23/2022

Twenty-eight organizations signed a bipartisan letter in support of the Uniform Public Expression Protection Act! UPEPA protects the public’s right to engage in constitutionally protected activities without abusive legal retaliation.
http://ow.ly/lHtF50JG88B

The undersigned organizations represent an array of views across the political spectrum, which often results in disagreements on certain issues. Yet protection from meritless lawsuits to punish speech, known as Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation (“SLAPP”), is one principle that we a...

The Uniform Registration of Canadian Money Judgments Act has been enacted twice this year! Thank you to Representative M...
05/23/2022

The Uniform Registration of Canadian Money Judgments Act has been enacted twice this year! Thank you to Representative Moriarty in Maine and Representative Feist & Senator Johnson in Minnesota for all your work.

Learn more about this act here: http://ow.ly/N3zW50JfY8T

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The Uniform Law Commission (ULC) (also known as the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws) is a nonprofit association established in 1892 that provides states with nonpartisan, well-conceived and well-drafted legislation. Uniform acts bring clarity and stability to critical areas of state law. ULC members are practicing lawyers, judges, legislators and legislative staff, and law professors who have been appointed by state governments, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to research, draft, and promote enactment of uniform state laws when uniformity is helpful.

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