purpose of the NewLawyers Committee is to bridge the gap between newly admitted
attorneys (those admitted to the practice of law less than 10 years regardless
of age, or those who have not reached the age of 37 years at the beginning of
the applicable calendar year, whichever event occurs later) and those more
seasoned attorneys who practice in the field of labor and employment law. The NewLawyers Committee seeks further to
promote increased involvement and eventual leadership in the Section among new
lawyers. The Committee’s focus will be
on encouraging participation in Section activities and events from the start of
membership in the Labor and Employment Law Section. Further, the NewLawyers Committee, in
conjunction with the L&E Section Chair and in consultation with the Membership
and Diversity Committees will work to foster and develop the newly created
mentoring program, again seeking to bridge the gap between newly admitted
attorneys and those more seasoned practitioners.
- Luwick Francois, New York State Division of Human Rights
- Jeremy Ginsburg, CSEA, Inc.
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