Continuing Legal Education
The CLE Subcommittee plans and implements seminars aimed at new lawyers, including basic skills training, client relations and professionalism.
|Mr. Pickard, Eric Wayne||Chairperson|
Law Related Education
The LRE Subcommittee develops and implements programs to educate and inform the public about the law. Projects include the statewide High School Essay Contest.
The subcommittee utilizes www.iCivics.org, a website with innovative civics-focused educational materials founded by Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.
|Ms. Mols, Yvana||Chairperson|
Law School Outreach
This subcommittee focuses on meeting the needs of law students and recent graduates as they make the transition from student to lawyer. Projects include law school career presentations and law student receptions.
|Ms. Huck, Danielle C||Chairperson|
Member Services & Satisfaction
The goals of the Member Services Subcommittee include bringing new lawyers from around the state together and providing a network for professional and social interaction and conducting programs that are of value to new lawyers. and promoting professionalism among new lawyers. Events include new lawyer receptions, afterwork socials and the annual meeting.
The Practical Skills subcommittee organizes opportunities for new lawyers to gain practical skills through various programs including the Practical Skills through Public Service program and the Law College program.
|Mr. Walsh, Zach||Chairperson|
The Pro Bono subcommittee identifies pro bono needs not being addressed by other organizations and suggests ONLD programs and proposals to enhance delivery of legal services to the indigent.
|Mr. Althouse, Michael||Co-Chair|