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Section committees focus on your specific practice area of interest and can expand your network. Your level of involvement in a committee is completely up to you. Committee membership provides you the opportunity to learn about new developments in your practice area, acquire new practice methods and meet others who share your professional interests. Other committee benefits can include: invitations to special CLE programs, free newsletters, opportunities to publish articles, propose program ideas and more. Best of all, committee membership is free with your Section membership!
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