20 Affiliate 1 (1994-1995)

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Need the Tools for a Winning Year?
The Affiliate Outreach Project Is Here to Help
By Melody M. Wilkinson

The Affiliate Outreach Project Team
Mike Bedke
The ABA/YLD provides its members with a unique
opportunity to enhance their professional development,
provide meaningful public service, and establish a
network among colleagues across the country.
Fred McClure
AOP Director
The AOP equips affiliate leade rs with the--tools to promote
the personal and professional growth of their members and
provides affiliates with the meahsto deliver quality public
service to the communities where their members live and work.
Jeff Snell
National Conferences
National Conferences showcase the best in young,
lawyer public service and membership support projects
from throughout the country.
Ricky Wilkins
Subgrants help affiliates reach their goals of
providing member service and. public service projects.
Without them, many affilates would not be able
to iement their programs.
Keith evan
Affiliate Assistance
The Affiliate Assistance Team has had extensive involvement
in local, state, and national@younglawyers' activities. Team
members have the depth of knowledge necessary to help your
A         affiliate in every aspect of the running of your organization.

Waiter W. arnstein
The Affiliate
The Affiliate is the voice of the AOP tear. Our ijob is to
make sure that YLD leaders throughout the eCountry are
kept informed of what the ABAJYLD and its-affiliates are
doing to promote public service and membership support.

Does your organization have the
right tools to make it an effec-
tive affiliate? AOP Director Fred
McClure says that with the right
tools your affiliate can be a winner.
Meet the AOP Team and imple-
ment the tools of their trade in
your affiliate so you can be a win-
ner too!
What Is the AOP?
The Affiliate Outreach Project
(AOP) is the link that allows the
Young Lawyers Division and its
affiliates to exchange information
and to develop public and profes-
sional service projects. By assisting
approximately 330 state, local, and
special interest young lawyer orga-
nizations (affiliates), the AOP helps
to create, fund, manage, and main-
tain effective public and profession-
al service programs in communities
across the nation.
(continued on page 16)
Inside this issue
 My Vie It's AOP Time in the YLD, page 2
 The ABAJYLD Clearinghouse, page 3
 Leadership: Delegation, page 4
* Collaborating with Other Bar Groups, page5
 Management Matters: Public Service
Subgrants, Recruitment, page 6
 Easy Projects on a Shoestring, page 7
Q uality of Life: After Airlie, page 9
T Trends: Funding Travel to Conferences,
page 11
A ABA Hidden Treasures an Affiliate can use,
page 12
*1993-94 Awards of Achievement winners,
page 13

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