Does your law practice or professional focus have any connection with the activities, policies, or regulations from federal or state regulatory agencies? If yes, then consider joining the ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice. Why?
Our section members include leading administrative law professors; Supreme Court Justices; district and circuit court judges; state court judges; federal and state administrative law judges; attorneys working for federal and state agencies; attorneys working with congressional committees and the executive office of the president; associates and partners at major law firms; and general counsels of fortune 500 companies, major industry trade groups, and public interest groups. These are the attorneys you should know and learn from to be successful in your career. As a member, you will learn from and rub elbows with these experts at our annual administrative law conferences and at our numerous brown-bags and teleforums.
Additional benefits include quarterly and annual publications regarding cutting-edge issues in administrative law and regulatory practice, free access to programs on timely topics about our government, free online CLE, and steep discounts on our must-attend annual fall and spring administrative law conferences and our wide-ranging publications. In short, section membership is an essential addition to the tools lawyers use daily.
Join us! Everyone is welcome!
Linda Jellum is the Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development and the Ellison Capers Palmer Sr. Professor of Tax Law. Dean Jellum currently serves as chair of the ABA Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section.