Five Reasons Why Every Young Lawyer Should Attend an ABA YLD Meeting

Vol. 16 No. 9

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James W. Low is the managing attorney of The Dollar Law Firm, PLLC in Southfield, MI. He concentrates his practice on the representation of doctors and hospitals in litigation.

The American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division (ABA YLD) holds four membership meetings per year: the ABA YLD Fall Conference, the ABA Midyear Meeting, the ABA YLD Spring Conference, and the ABA Annual Meeting. The Fall and Spring Conferences are solely for the members of the ABA YLD, and the Midyear and Annual Meetings are held in conjunction with the larger ABA. Attending the ABA YLD meetings is enormously valuable for young lawyers for a number of reasons.

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