Elected Office

Law is the most common background for elected officials in the United States. Many young attorneys run for office and get elected to positions such as city counselor, state representative or school board member. Election to public office provides an excellent position from which to pursue public interest goals, by introducing legislation, voting and being a community advocate and organizer

Last modified: December 13, 2011

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