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2019
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Three vacancies on Young Lawyers' Section Council

Summary

Three vacancies have occurred on the Young Lawyers' Section (YLS) Council.

Nominating Petitions Must Be Received by Oct. 28

Three vacancies have occurred on the Young Lawyers' Section (YLS) Council. There is one vacancy in each of the following YLS districts: District 4 (Cass, Clay, Johnson, Lafayette, Platte and Ray counties), District 9 (the City of St. Louis) and District 10 (Barry, Barton, Bates, Cedar, Dade, Henry, Jasper, Lawrence, McDonald, Newton, St. Clair and Vernon Counties). The YLS Council will fill these vacancies by majority vote. 

The terms for these council seats will end September 2020, to fill the remaining time left of two-year terms. The individuals who fill these vacancies will be eligible to run for a full two-year term (2020-2022) in the next general election.

The council requests those interested in serving complete the nominating petition and file it with Brett Rolwes, The Missouri Bar YLS liaison, by 4 p.m., Monday, Oct. 28. The council invites those who file to include a resume and brief statement explaining your interest in serving on the YLS Council. All petitions received will be submitted to the YLS Council for consideration, and new representatives will be elected by the council by the first week of November.

The new representatives will be asked to attend the YLS Council meeting set for Friday, Nov. 22 at The Missouri Bar Center in Jefferson City.

If you would like further information or have any questions, please contact Brett Rolwes at (573) 635-4128 or yls@mobar.org.