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Quick rise to the top for new lawyers.

You don't have to be a "seasoned" lawyer to be a VIP in ATLA. A new membership category, the New Lawyers President's Club, offers the same privileges regular President's Club members enjoy--for annual dues of $2,000 (regular members pay $3,000). New-lawyer members in good standing for at least one year qualify for:

* color photo and biography on ATLA's private and public online directories

* a quarter page in the printed ATLA Membership Directory with a photo and biography

* full access to the Leaders Forum/President's Club Suite at conventions, which includes refreshments, computers and office supplies, and meeting areas

* invitations to private convention events, networking with a prestigious group of trial lawyers

* a free ATLA Education seminar or seminar audio recordings

* special recognition in ATLA publications

* a mounted and framed President's Club certificate.

To upgrade your New Lawyer membership, call (800) 424-2727 or (202) 965-3500, ext. 611.
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Title Annotation:ATLA In Motion
Date:Jul 1, 2004
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