Looking Toward the Young Lawyer's Role in Cultivating and Maintaining Civility and Civic Education

We hope you’re excited for the 2020 Fall YLD Conference October 7 – 9! We've got your first look at the schedule of events here. Programming is being finalized as we speak. Keep checking back for information.

Tentative - Fall Schedule

Registration Is Open!

We have designed this conference to help you grow through 2020, with timely discussions about civility, conversations about mental health during times of racial unrest, and much more! Plus, we will have interactive social events including a group painting activity and comedy show!

Conference Scholarships

The Young Lawyers Division is pleased to offer scholarships as valuable resources to attendees to help defray the costs associated with this conference. Scholarship funds are available upon application on a case-by-case basis.

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Key Initiatives for Fall Meeting

A Seat at the Table

The YLD civic engagement initiative A Seat at the Table encourages young attorneys to get involved in their communities, educating them on what it takes to run for office, serve on local, state, and nonprofit boards and commissions, and to advocate on issues of importance to young lawyers and the legal profession.

Seat at the Table - Information

The Men of Color Project

The American Bar Association’s Men of Color Project (MoCP) exists to build leaders in the law field, facilitate intergenerational support, and encourage community service and civic engagement among men of color in law.

The Men of Color - Project

CLE Information

The total amount of credits for this conference are 6 hours of CLE credit (in 60-minute states) and 7.2 hours of CLE credit (in 50-minute states).