4 Affiliate 1 (1978-1979)

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The byword is bar activation. The money comes from the American Bar Association's
Fund for Public Education. The goal is to stimulate state and local young lawyer-
sponsored public service projects. How do we do it?
Regional Meetings for affiliate leaders. Workshops presenting new public service
projects and new twists to some old ones. Leadership sessions directed by former
state and local affiliate leaders to assist you in getting more public service effort from  Oc 797&
your members. This year, five regional meetings are scheduled to make this valuable
experience accessible to you.
Affiliate Assistance- Other young lawyers to provide whatever advice and help you
need. You tell us what you want. Is it someone who has established a bar credit union,
,an expert on legal service projects for the elderly, or a young lawyer to help you expand
your high school law program Into the elementary schools? Do you need to know how
to generate membership interest or raise money so you can get those public service  on
projects started? You tell us.
The Affiliate Newsletter-a regular source of new project ideas from other young
lawyers organizations.
The Affiliate Projects Handbook-a loose leaf binder, supplemented annually, full of
project Ideas in how to do it form.                                               7   978
The Regional Meetings: One Full Day for a Year
of Better Programs

Your YLS should plan now to send at least two representatives
to a regional meeting. You are invited to attend any of the five
and to send as many representatives as you wish. The ABA-
YLD will help defray expenses of attending the meetings. A $50
per diem will be provided for each of two delegates per YLS for
a minimum of two days.

Dates and Locations

September 29-30
October 6-7
October 27-28
November 10-11
November 17-18

Los Angeles, California
Biltmore Hotel
Memphis, Tennessee
Holiday Inn-Memphis
Rivermont
Chicago, Illinois
Continental Plaza Hotel
Washington, D.C.
Capitol Hilton
Tampa, Florida
(To be announced)

Registration materials for each meeting will be sent to all af-
filiates In that region. If you are Interested In attending a
meeting in a city outside of your region, please contact Janae
Novotny, 1800 M Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., 20036 (202)
331-2273.

Meeting Agenda

Friday
Check-in
5:30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Hospitality Suite
Saturday
8:30 A.M. to 9:15 A.M.
Complimentary Conti-
nental Breakfast, Welcoming
Remarks and Orientation
9:30 A.M. to 12:00 NOON
Leadership Workshops

Saturday Afternoon
12:15 P.M. to 1:30 P.M.
Luncheon and Guest
Speaker
1:45 P.M. to 4:45 P.M.
Project Presentations
4:45 P.M. to 8:00 PM.
No-host Cocktails
6:00 PM. to ?
Sponsored social event
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Copyright  1978 American Bar Association

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