- Green, Caleb L.
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Congratulations to Caleb Green! Caleb was recently selected as a Young Lawyer Fellow by the American Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Law Section. The Young Lawyer Fellows program was created to develop future participation and leadership within the Section. Fellows participate in the meetings of the Section, and involve themselves in committee activities of the Section. Responsibilities of Fellows include:
- Attending the Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference (Spring Conference), ABA Annual Meeting, and the ABA Midyear Meeting for each year of the fellowship, as well as any standalone meetings of their committees.
- Actively participating in the Section's Young Lawyers Action Group (YLAG).
- Reporting their experiences as ABA-IPL Young Lawyer Fellows to Section Council and YLD Council on an annual basis, etc.
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