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Advocacy and status sections and committees are groups of BAMSL members united by common backgrounds or goals. These groups provide the opportunity to seek societal change on behalf of others like you, get tips and ideas for others similarly situated, or just get to know other lawyers with whom you have something in common.

Develops programs/events geared toward attorneys working in government and the public sector. Develops recommendations for the BAMSL Board of Governors and staff on how to better serve this constituency.

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Promotes CLE on Illinois law and promotes communications and a cooperative working relationship between BAMSL members and the Illinois members as well as the Illinois bench.

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Provides leadership to the legal profession in protecting and advancing human rights, civil liberties and social justice.

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Develops programs and events geared toward attorneys working in-house. Develops recommendations for the BAMSL Board of Governors and staff on how to better serve this constituency.

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Promotes interaction among BAMSL members who are legal support staff, including secretaries, paralegals, legal librarians, and law office administrators, and provides a forum to discuss common concerns and CLE
opportunities.

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Considers recommendations from members, committees and sections for new legislation or amendments to existing legislation; recommend association position thereon and assist in seeking legislative enactment or opposition.

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This committee provides leadership to the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgendered members of the legal community.

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Works toward increasing the role and participation as well as advancing the interests of minorities in the legal profession.

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This committee is comprised of John C. Shepherd Professionalism Award recipients, and meets regularly to find ways to further professionalism and ethics in the St. Louis legal community.

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The Solo and Small Firm Practitioners Section plans educational programs and informal meetings for its members to exchange ideas and information on all aspects of starting, growing, maintaining, and selling a law firm.
We share best practices of being an attorney, whether as a plaintiffs counsel, estate planner, or business attorney. We get to know each other and find colleagues to share referrals.
Sponsors of monthly lunch meetings and annual Potpourri 8-hour CLE on June 30-- every year!

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Is responsible for WILP's CLE programs.

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Is responsible for WILP Membership programs.

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Is responsible for WILP's Saint Louis Lawyer column.

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Is responsible for the WILP Scholarship Fund.

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Develops, conducts and disseminates information, programs, and recommendations on opportunities and means by which women may increase participation in the legal profession and the organized bar.

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