SAL Young Lawyer Representative Program

The ABA Section of Antitrust Law has a Young Lawyer Representative (YLR) program open to young lawyers and economists. A "young lawyer is defined as someone who has been in practice for less than 5 years, or under the age of 36.

The YLR program is open to young lawyers or economists that may be interested in applying.  The program places 1-2 young lawyers with each of our 29 substantive committees, program committees, publication committees, and task forces for a period of one year.  The YLR has the opportunity to contribute to all facets of the committee’s work, including writing for the committee newsletters, organizing and participating in committee programs, enhancing and editing the committee webpages, and assisting with the committee’s social media strategy.

The application process generally occurs in January of the preceding bar year.  If interested in getting more involved or for additional information, please contact the Co-Coordinators of the Young Lawyer Representative Program, Courtney Armour at carmour@wsgr.com or Mike Sherling at msherling@perkinscoie.com.