6 Affiliate 1 (1980-1981)

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by Mark Schickman and
Carol Rose
This fall affiliate leaders from all
around the nation will be invited to
take part in an exciting affiliate out-
reach program-exciting for both the
content of the program and the loca-
tion of the meeting.
San Diego's Hotel Del Coronado,
completed in 1888, is best known as
the playground for Marilyn Monroe,
Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon in
Some Like It Hot. On October 10th
and 11th it will be the stage of the first
1980-81 Affiliate Outreach Project
Meeting.
Up to three representatives from
each affiliate are invited to attend.
The ABA/YLD will pay per diem expen-
ses to each attendee, up to a maxi-
mum of $130 per person (maximum of
$65 per day).
The Affiliate Outreach Meeting
agenda presents a tremendously
worthwhile program for affiliate lead-
ers. The speakers will include Dan
Bradley, President of the Legal Ser-
vices Corporation, who will discuss
current and planned programs and
mechanisms for the delivery of legal
y lnning td convene aS'pecial'
nting of. the 'Asembly, at the
Udear Meeting in'-,Houston,
;chedulecl for Feb ruar* 5-4,1981.
mong otheftopicsthe Asembly .
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services to the poor and to middle
income persons.
Successful projects previously
completed by affiliates will be pre-
sented to the meeting's attendees.
Among the preject presentations
planned are: Pro Bono Projects and
Handbooks; Law Quiz and Call-A-
Lawyer Programs; Community Law
Week Projects; Indo-Chinese Refugee
Legal Assistance; and Alternative
Dispute Resolution Mechanisms, e.g.,
Neighborhood Justice Centers, etc.
Program participants will take part
in breakout sessions-small groups
designed to allow affiliate representa-
tives to discuss, with colleagues, the
leadership of state and local groups.
Implementing pro bono programs,
fund raising, programming, communi-
ty service, publications and young
lawyer/senior bar relations are all
topics of common concern to ABA/
YLD affiliates and subjects of the
breakout sessions. Past participants

report the real benefit to their organi-
zations from this sharing of experi-
ence, and for this reason this year's
breakout sessions will be given more
emphasis.
ABA representatives will also dis-
cuss the vast resources that the ABA
makes available to local organiza-
tions. That assistance takes the form
of financial grants, publications and
affiliate visitation-a project where-
by experts are sent to different com-
munities to assist in areas of specific
need.
There will be a discussion of this
year's Affiliate Outreach Subgrant
Competition Program which will
focus on two exciting areas of concen-
tration. One is pro bono legal service
delivery projects; and the other,
public service projects undertaken in
coordination with minority bar asso-
ciations.
The subgrants for pro bono projects
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