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The Antitrust Law Section Mentoring Program, run by the Membership, Diversity & Inclusion Committee, pairs experienced lawyers and economists with junior lawyers and law students for mentoring on careers in antitrust, consumer protection and privacy.Learn - Section Mentoring
The Law Student Ambassador Program is a working group composed of highly-recommended law students or economics students who are interested in careers in antitrust or privacy and consumer protection.Learn - LAW STUDENT AMBASSADORS
Women.Connected (formerly the ABA Antitrust Women’s Initiative) was created in 2017 to attract, retain and promote women in competition and consumer protection, and help assess structural issues hindering progress. Our work fosters community and creates opportunities to support and promote women individually and structurally. By identifying women-specific challenges and opportunities and creating connections among women, we aim to increase diversity, inclusion and leadership in competition and Consumer protection.Learn More - WOMEN.CONNECTED
YLRs are young professional members under 36 years or have been practicing for fewer than 10 years. The Program pairs each YLR with one of the Section’s 37 Committees, Spec Ops Teams, and Task Forces. YLRs work hand in hand with leadership creating content, organizing and carrying out programming, and engaging in membership outreach. The Program offers unparalleled opportunities to directly impact the initiatives and direction of the Section while developing the next generation.Learn More - YLR Program
The Antitrust Law Section (Antitrust Section) offers many benefits and resources for young lawyers, economists and law students interested in antitrust law and consumer protection issues.Learn - MEMBER BENEFITS
Not a member yet? You are missing out on exclusive member benefits. Lawyer and associate dues are only $60. Law student dues are just $0.Join - NOW
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