Welcome to the GPSolo Division's Young Lawyers Committee!
Following last year's success, we are looking forward to another great year. Please join us in Lexington, Kentucky for the 8th Annual National Solo & Small Firm Conference. We will be meeting in person at that conference to define our key ideas and discuss programs for the year. Please join us.
The Young Lawyers Committee provides a perfect opportunity to participate in events, access information of interest to young lawyers, and meet other members of the Division.
We look forward to working with you all over the next few months.
Sarah Moulder and Richard Williamson
Co-Chairs, Young Lawyers Committee
The Young Lawyers Committee is responsible for encouraging the participation of the Division’s young lawyer members and helping young lawyers advance their careers and expand their knowledge.
Young Lawyers Fellowship Program
The 2014/15 Young Lawyers Fellowship application and nomination process is now open through April 15, 2014 for two young lawyer fellowships.
This program will provide young lawyers the opportunity to become actively and integrally involved in the Division’s meetings and committees through leadership opportunities.
Submit your applications and nominations for the Young Lawyers Fellowship Program by April 15. Successful applicants will be notified in June 2014. For more information about the fellowship program visit our website.
Welcome 2014 Young Lawyers Fellows:
- Brian R. Charville (Charlestown, MA)
- Chisa J. Putman (Rock Hill, SC)
"101 Series" for Young Lawyers
The ABA Young Lawyers Division’s member-service project, the “the 101 Series”, provides short articles and checklists on how-to topics for young lawyers. The GPSolo Young Lawyers Committee has highlighted some of the most helpful articles for young lawyers who are general practitioners or practice alone or in a small firm. Public Service Tolerance Through Education Initiative Welcome to School: Helping Kids Belong The headlines continue concerning hate motivated attacks against individuals in our communities. As our schoolyards and workplaces continue to become a mosaic of cultures, the need for teaching tolerance remains a timely and important undertaking. You can be an instrumental part of teaching tolerance through education by participating in the General Practice Solo, and Small Firm Division's national public service project.
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|2014 Joint Spring Meeting with Group Legal Services Association (GLSA) and ABA Standing Committee on Group and Prepaid Legal Services |
May 1, 2014
- May 3, 2014
|Young Lawyers Committee Meeting |
May 2, 2014
|11:30 AM – 12:30 PM|
ARIA Resort and Casino, Las Vegas, NV
March 10, 2014 - March 14, 2014
China World Hotel
March 10, 2014
George Washington University Law School
March 11, 2014 - March 14, 2014
Palais des Festivals et des Congres