Young Lawyers

Section Co-Chairs:

Robert E. Murkowski
Trevor Weston
Jeremiah L. Fanslau

The Young Lawyers Section is devoted to issues and concerns of the young defense attorneys comprised of attorneys with seven years and less experience in the specialty of defending civil litigation, with a focus on evidentiary issues, proposed and current legislation, expert witnesses, damages settlement and trial strategy and technique.

The mission of the Young Lawyers Section is:

1. To increase membership of young defense lawyers;
2. To educate young defense lawyers through committee sponsored seminars and publications;
3. To help develop comradery and networking opportunities between and among young defense lawyers;
4. To assist in the development of speaking, writing, and leadership skills by recruiting young lawyers as authors of articles and active participants in the organization.

ABA young lawyers division

http://www.abanet.org/yld/home.html

The American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, composed of approximately 147,000 members, is the home of young lawyers. The Division is committed to assuring that the legal profession reflects the society it serves and to providing the tools and opportunities that young lawyers need to succeed both professionally and personally. Membership is open to all American Bar Association members under 36 years old or admitted to practice for five years or less.

SBM young lawyers section

http://www.michbar.org/younglawyers/

The Young Lawyers Section of the State Bar of Michigan provides education, information, and analysis about issues of concern through meetings, seminars, this site, public service programs, and publication of a newsletter. Membership in the Section is open to all members of the State Bar of Michigan. Statements made on behalf of the Section do not necessarily reflect the views of the State Bar of Michigan.
Founded in 1940, the Young Lawyers Section ("YLS") is the oldest and largest section of the State Bar of Michigan. 2000 marks its 60th year! The YLS began as the "Junior Bar of Michigan." In 1961, its name was changed to the Young Lawyers Section.

  1. 1. To increase membership of young defense lawyers;
  2. 2. To educate young defense lawyers through committee sponsored seminars and publications;
  3. 3. To help develop comradery and networking opportunities between and among young defense lawyers;
  4. 4. To assist in the development of speaking, writing, and leadership skills by recruiting young lawyers as authors of articles and active participants in the organization.

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