Young Lawyers Division

The Young Lawyers Division is the ABA’s home for the new attorney, giving members tools to navigate the early years of a career, opportunities to network, and resources to grow skill-sets.

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As an ABA Young Lawyer there are a ton of resources and benefits at your disposal. Sign in to update your info to start receiving information for free CLE credits, publications and much more...

Up to 18 Hours of Free CLE

Earn up to 18 hours of free CLE annually through the ABA Free CLE Series, available live and on-demand

Replay: Best Practices and Potential Pitfalls When Starting a Practice

In this interactive webinar, our panel of experts will share insights, as well as results from a survey of attorneys on Avvo, about what you can do to successfully start and grow your practice.

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ABA Publications

Receive the ABA Journal, the most widely read legal magazine in the country (App Available). Also, navigate the early years of your career with resources such as TYL, a print and digital publication designed to help new lawyers succeed in today’s legal marketplace.

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YLD Spring Conference May 2 - 4 Washington D.C. - Have an idea for the Spring Conference? Submit your program proposal by January 18.

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About Young Lawyers Division

The Division is committed to assuring it is best able to represent the newest members of the profession, ensuring that it reflects the society it serves, and providing young lawyers and young lawyer organizations with the tools and opportunities for professional and personal success. Individual membership is open to American Bar Association lawyer Members under 36 years old or admitted to practice for five years or less. Affiliate membership is open to young lawyer organizations and special interest bars. There are no additional membership dues.