A Message from the Chair of the Young Lawyers Section

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YLS had another successful meeting at part of NYSBA's Annual Meeting the last week in January. Thank yous go out to Norina Melita and Sarah Gold for putting together our wonderful half day program and to Clotelle Drakeford and Christina Canto for a successful two-day Bridging the Gap program. I hope everyone enjoyed the programming as much as I did.

During our executive committee meeting, we also selected our officers and executive committee members for our upcoming year starting on June 1, 2017. Congratulations go out to John Christopher (Section Chair), Terrence Tarver (Chair-Elect), Lauren Sharkey (Treasurer), and Michael DiFalco (Secretary) who will be the YLS officers as of June. A great group of experienced and new members stepped up to fill out the Executive Committee's roster which is almost at capacity. There are still a few available positions, and anyone interested should reach out to John Christopher (JChristopher@swc-law.com).

Our next meeting will be in conjunction with our 8th Annual Trial Academy, April 5th - 9th at Cornell Law School. http://www.nysba.org/store/events/registration.aspx?event=YOUNSP17. The trial Academy is a great program for anyone who is looking to build new skills or just sharpen your presentation abilities.

Erica K. Flynn


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