37 St. & Loc. L. News 1 (2013-2014)

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The Section serves as a collegialforum for its members, the profession, and the public to provide leadership and educational resources in urban,
state, and local government law andpolicy.

Section Young Lawyers
Committee Created
The ABA Section of State and Local Government Law is
pleased to announce the creation a Young Lawyers Com-
mittee as part of its initiative to reach out to young lawyer
members. The new committee's mission is to introduce state
and local government law to the young lawyer through col-
legiality, opportunities, and leadership. Membership in the
committee will be free, and the Section will enroll all eli-
gible members in the committee automatically.
The Young Lawyers Committee offers resources for
young lawyers in their respective practices within the ABA
Section of State and Local Government Law. It will pro-
vide publications and programming on issues affecting
the profession, and young lawyers in particular, and assist
with business development, professional development, and
practice skills. It also will provide opportunities for young
lawyers to become directly involved in substantive program-
ming and take on leadership responsibilities. The Young
Lawyers Committee will provide a place for members to
network and will serve as a gateway to other Section com-
mittees and opportunities, including the involvement of
diverse young lawyers.
Members of the committee will receive periodic e-mails
with information on CLE programs, networking opportuni-
ties, quarterly calls, and free presentations for members. As
a member, if you have an idea for a CLE program, article
of interest to the Section, or other program, or if you are
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interested in being involved in the committee's leadership,
please contact the Committee's Chair, Michael Kamprath,
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* Chair' Message, page 3
* Section News
-San Francisco Hosts Jefferson Fordham Awards, page 2
-Fall Council Meeting in Santa Fe, pages 4-5
-Law Student Awards, page 6
-Group Public Service Office Membership, page 10
* Local Land Use Regulations and Hydrofracking, page 7
* Courts Weigh in on AGs Retaining Outside Counsel, page 9
* Supreme Court Watch: Out Like a Lion, page 11


Vol. 37, No. 1, Fall 2013

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