ABA Volunteer Opportunity in Health Care

Attention all Law Students:  Interested in health care law?  Want to network with attorneys in the field? 

ABA OnRamps allows law students to attend ABA conferences and have their registration fee waived in exchange for their services.  This is a great way to serve the profession while learning valuable legal info not often taught in law school. 

Students are not expected to attend the entire conference. Instead, you can volunteer in shifts based on your availability.  When not volunteering, students are free to either attend the conference or return to campus for class if necessary.  Plus, volunteers are free to attend all conference receptions.  With the number of practicing attorneys expected, this will be an exciting networking opportunity.

Duties will vary for each event.  Primarily, student volunteers help prepare conference materials, aid with various registration tables, and attend panels to collect CLE registration forms.  Again, outside their volunteer commitment, students are free to attend or free to leave.
Any ABA members who would like to volunteer needs to send an email to Richard A. Manhattan with your name, address, phone, email, ABA# and the days and times you are able to volunteer.  Non-ABA members may also volunteer; however, preference will be given to ABA members.  Space is available on a first-come-first-served basis.

This is the information for the Health Care Fraud conference:

 May 11-13, 2011
Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach