Three young Georgia lawyers have been chosen for a national mentoring program run by the American Bar Association, the State Bar of Georgia has announced.

The Georgia lawyers are among 16 chosen nationally. Georgia is one of only two states to have three lawyers chosen. (The other is California.) The Young Lawyers Division Scholarship Program is designed to encourage the participation of minority, solo, small firm, government, private sector and military service attorneys in activities at the national level, the bar announcement said. The YLD Scholars will receive partial funding to attend conferences. They have been chosen for participation on boards and mentoring activities.

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