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Joseph Tillman, an Associate at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and member of the City Bar’s Diversity Pipeline Initiatives Committee, is the winner of the SoFi #2BillionTogether student loan payoff contest.< Continue reading

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The New York City Bar Association’s Committee on Professional Ethics has issued Formal Opinion (2015-5), stating that an attorney who intends to threaten disciplinary charges against another lawyer should “carefully consider” whether doing so violates the New York Rules of Professional Conduct.< Continue reading

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Having recently reached the midpoint of my two-year tenure as president of the New York City Bar Association, I invite you to look back with me on the remarkable work that has gone on here over the past twelve months.< Continue reading

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The New York City Bar Association will host its inaugural Diversity & Inclusion Forum on Monday, June 8th. The all-day event will feature two dozen leaders in the legal profession, including five judges, General Counsels of six companies, and diversity and inclusion experts and scholars.< Continue reading

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Alan Rothstein will not like this column, because it’s all about him. Actually, he’ll probably hate it because it’s about him at all. In case you haven’t heard, Alan Rothstein, our General Counsel, is retiring after thirty years at the New York City Bar Association.< Continue reading

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The New York City Bar Association has announced the results of its annual election to fill its leadership positions.< Continue reading

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The New York City Bar Association has written to the American Bar Association urging that the prohibition on law schools giving academic credit to students who work for private employers be eliminated, primarily because “it greatly restricts the number of opportunities for experiential learning, prevents the student from being paid for valuable work and lacks justification.” < Continue reading

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The New York City Bar Association commends Representative Hakeem Jeffries and cosponsors for reintroducing H.R. 1700, the Vulnerable Immigrant Voice Act (“VIVA”).< Continue reading

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