Young Lawyers Board

The definition of a young lawyer is used to refer to lawyers who have not completed five years in the profession.

Young lawyers constitute an essential part of the average age of the membership of bar associations. Young lawyers do not have representation power in the bar association’s organs due to the seniority requirement regarding representation in the Attorneyship Law.

AYTAD’s purpose is not to list the problems of young lawyers who have economic concerns and to offer stereotypical solutions, but to develop and implement the solution proposals offered by young lawyers by discussing them on their boards.

AYTAD aims to ensure that our young lawyers could develop their professional solidarity, social networks, take firm steps towards specialization, and take significant steps to solve their economic problems while doing all these.

We invite our young lawyer colleagues who are oppressed under severe conditions to be productive and a part of the solution.