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Section 3. Associate Membership

Organization of the State Bar & Admissions / Bylaws of the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia / ARTICLE II MEMBERSHIP / Section 3. Associate Membership

The Young Lawyers Division may recognize, as an “Affiliate Member,” any person who is licensed to practice law, who has not yet reached either of the thresholds for termination of membership in the YLD as set forth in Section 4(a) of this Article, and who is not authorized to practice law in the State of Georgia, but who is (a) employed in Georgia by the government or a governmental agency, the armed services, or a private or commercial institution, or (b) a third-year law student or LLM student attending a law school in the State of Georgia that is approved by the American Bar Association or the Georgia Board of Bar Examiners. Any individual desiring to become an Affiliate Member shall be considered for membership after submitting a letter of interest in the manner provided for and consistent with Article I, Section 6 of the Bylaws of the State Bar of Georgia. Such letter of interest shall be considered by and approved by the Young Lawyers Division in the manner provided for and consistent with the consideration and approval of Affiliate Membership to the State Bar of Georgia pursuant to Article I, Section 6 of the Bylaws of the State Bar of Georgia.



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