The Lycoming Law Association Young Lawyers Division (YLD) is composed of:
Membership in the YLD is automatic for lawyers who meet the criteria and have paid the regular LLA annual dues — there is no additional fee to be a member of the YLD. This is consistent with and derived from the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s (PBA) YLD membership criteria. See http://www.pabar.org/site/Public/YLD/About-YLD/What-is-the-YLD. (Note: The PBA recently increased the maximum age for YLD members from 38 to 40 years of age.)
The purpose of the LLA YLD is:
This is consistent with and derived from the purposes set forth in Article I, Section 2 of the By-Laws of the Young Lawyers Division of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. See https://www.pabar.org/pdf/yldbylaws.pdf.
The YLD meets three or four times annually. The meetings are held at the LLA office over the lunch hour. An agenda is created for each meeting and minutes are kept. All LLA YLD members are welcome to attend meetings and vote. In addition, the LLA Executive Director attends the meetings, and the LLA President occasionally attends the meetings.