President Donald Trump’s original travel ban had been in force just six days when American Bar Association President Linda Klein—a partner at Baker Donelson in Atlanta—took the podium at the ABA’s midyear meeting and called on lawyers to rise up.

By then, the new president had attacked the legitimacy of a “so-called” federal judge who had thwarted his administration’s enforcement of a Jan. 27, 2017, executive order suspending or curtailing travel from seven predominantly Muslim nations.

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