Bar Rules

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 "Associate Member," any person engaged in the legal profession who is under thirty-six (36) years of age, 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 Associate Member shall be considered for membership after submitting a letter of interest to the secretary. Such letter of interest shall be considered by the Executive Council at the next meeting after receipt thereof. The Executive Council, by a majority vote of the members of the Executive Council in attendance at such meeting, may approve or deny the requested Associate Membership.

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