Young Lawyers Division Leadership Application

The Young Lawyers Division of the Tennessee Bar Association is excited to formally announce the opening of their 2019-2020 leadership appointments process. We are pleased that you are considering an application for an appointed position.

In order to be considered for an appointed position you must either be a TBA member currently, or become a member on or before February 28, 2019.

Please note that prior experience with the TBA is not necessary for consideration; however, if you have had prior involvement, please characterize the nature of that involvement and what your specific individual contributions were. In your response, please identify the dates of your involvement.

*Committee members are not eligible for funding, unless specially approved by the president.

*Committee members are not eligible for funding, unless specially approved by the president.

*Committee members are not eligible for funding, unless specially approved by the president

If so, please identify your involvement.
*During the 2019–2020 bar year, YLD members active in other sections may be asked to serve as an informal liaison to that section or committee.

By submitting this application, you affirm that you are either currently, or plan to become, an active member of the TBA during the 2019-2020 bar year, you are either in your first five years of practice or will not have turned 36-years-old by June 2019, and you are able and willing to attend the following YLD events/activities, with no exceptions:

Spring Planning Meeting, April 26–27, 2019 in Abingdon, Virginia
YLD Annual Meeting, June 14–15, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee
YLD Fall Meeting, the week of October 13 or 20, 2019. Precise dates and location will be announced in spring 2019,
TBA Leadership Conference, January 2020. This meeting will be held in conjunction with the TBA’s Leadership Conference. The dates of that conference will announced later in 2019.
YLD High School Mock Trial Competition, March 20–21, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee.