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Young lawyers seek pro bono award nominations.

The Bar's Young Lawyers Division is now accepting nominations for its Legal Aid Public Service Award.

The award recognizes the outstanding contributions by a public sector attorney to those in need of free legal services. To qualify as a young lawyer, one must be under the age of 36 or have been in practice for less than five years.

Nomination forms may be found on the YLD Web site at and two copies of the form and the attachments should be submitted on or before December 15 to The Florida Bar, Austin Newberry, Young Lawyers Division Program administrator, 651 E. Jefferson Street, Tallahassee 32399-2300.

For more information contact Courtney K. Grimm, YLD Awards Committee chair, at (904) 353-0211.
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Date:Oct 15, 2003
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