Young Lawyers Annual Meeting Program
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 through Friday, January 25, 2013
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Join the Young Lawyers Section at their Annual Meeting events!
Lawyers Section Annual Meeting
The Young Lawyers Section Annual Meeting program will cover the following topics:
1) Significant 2012 Decisions of the Court of Appeals and the four Appellate Division Departments – This program will address some of the most significant decisions of the New York Court of Appeals and the four Appellate Division Departments of 2012, with an emphasis on the last six months of the year.
2) Young Lawyers Serving Nonprofits: Making the Most of Opportunities and Avoiding Ethical Issues – This program will empower young lawyers to initiate and strengthen their relationships with charities and step up their professional skills.
This program will earn 3.5 credits hours consisting of 1.5 credit hours in Areas of Professional Practice and 2.0 credit hours in Ethics and Professionalism.
Outstanding Young Lawyer Award
We are privileged to invite you to attend the Young Lawyers Section Outstanding Young Lawyer Award Presentation. Each year the Young Lawyers Section of the New York State Bar Association honors a young lawyer who has rendered outstanding service to both the community and legal profession. The Outstanding Young Lawyer Award recognizes an attorney who has a distinguished record of commitment to the finest traditions of the Bar through public service and professional activities. This year's recipient is James Michael Paulino II of Faraci Lange, LLP in Rochester. In an effort to showcase our Outstanding Young Lawyer Award recipients to law students, new attorneys and young lawyers alike, this year's award presentation will take place following the Young Lawyers Section program.
the Gap 2013
The two-day Bridging the Gap session, Learning from the Stars will provide the required 16 credits for newly-admitted attorneys in Skills, Ethics and Professionalism, Law Practice Management, and Areas of Professional Practice. Topics will include Handling Your First Misdemeanor, Ethics of Starting Your Own Practice, Basics of Landlord Tenant Practice, Electronic Discovery, Matrimonial Practice, Defending a DUI case and more!
To view the program brochure and register online for the Bridging the Gap Program please visit www.nysba.org/am2013BTGday1 and www.nysba.org/am2013BTGday2. Please note that you must register for each day separately and it is not required to attend both days. Register online now! To fax in your registration, download registration form (PDF)
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