Welcome to the Young Lawyers Section of the MSBA!

The purpose of the Young Lawyers Section is to provide young lawyers with education, social activities, networking opportunities, opportunities to do community service, and representation in the Maryland State Bar and American Bar Associations.

In addition to providing such opportunities for young lawyers, it is the goal of the Section to increase diversity within the entire Bar and to provide leadership opportunities to members who may not otherwise have access to such opportunities. The Section strives to provide new and innovative programs that will benefit young lawyers in Maryland and the District of Columbia personally and professionally. We try to assist new lawyers make the transition between law school and the practice of law.


Upcoming Section Events & Learning Opportunities

Date Title CLE Format City/Area
09/15/18 Wills For Heroes - In-Person La Plata, MD
09/20/18 MSBA Kickoff Event - In-Person Baltimore
09/22/18 Young Lawyers Section Council Orientation - In-Person Baltimore
09/29/18 YLS Lawyer Wellness Event - In-Person Glen Rock, PA
10/08/18 Young Lawyers Section Council Meeting - In-Person Glen Rock, PA
10/18/18 Legal Malpractice: Common Ethical Pitfalls & Trends - In-Person
11/12/18 Young Lawyers Section Open Meeting - In-Person Glen Rock, PA
12/10/18 Young Lawyers Section Council Meeting - In-Person Glen Rock, PA
12/14/18 Young Lawyers Section Council Holiday Party - In-Person Glen Rock, PA
01/14/19 Young Lawyers Section Council Meeting - In-Person Glen Rock, PA


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Young Lawyers Section Blogs of Interest

  • Generation J.D.
    Young practicing lawyers in Maryland and Washington, D.C., share their experiences starting out in the legal profession and balancing work and family life. They also post about whatever other news or topics – law-related or otherwise – they want to cover.
  • The Crime Scene
    “To serve and inform.” Washington Post reporters cover crime and the police departments in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia as well as the local courts and federal district and appellate courts in those states.
  • The ABA Blawg Directory

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