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The Young Lawyers Section (YLS) offers great opportunities for professional growth, community service, and networking to its over 9,000 members, which include attorneys in their first 10 years of practice and law students. This year, the YLS will offer approximately 28 substantive committees, implement over 50 member and public service projects, and host numerous seminars and networking events. Whether you are a law student or young attorney, the YLS is a valuable resource for your personal and professional development. Consider attending a committee meeting or seminar, a social or volunteer with a member or public service project in order to enhance your career. Get involved and lead through service while improving your legal career and professional network!
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The Edward J. Lewis II Lawyers in the Classroom program is seeking members to volunteer in second through eighth grade classrooms to help students to better understand the U.S. Constitution, our legal system, and law-related careers.
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