If ongoing litigation in Texas, North Dakota and Oklahoma follows a similar pathway as two recently dismissed cases that challenged the constitutionality of the Oregon State Bar, then it would be good news for mandatory bar associations.

In Oregon, Oklahoma, North Dakota and Texas, attorneys sued their state bars, bar officers and directors, alleging that mandatory bar membership and compulsory dues violate the U.S. Constitution’s First and Fourteenth Amendments.

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