The City Bar will be closed on Friday, June 18, in observance of Juneteenth. / The City Bar’s building is open on a limited, appointment-only basis, with access expected to increase gradually over the coming months. To schedule a visit, and for the latest on how the City Bar is addressing the pandemic, click here.
Provide services for senior lawyers; conduct programs for assistance to and of interest to senior lawyers; consider and promote programs for the benefit of the bar, law schools, law students, and the community, utilizing the services and experience of senior lawyers, both on a volunteer or compensated basis; and to act as the voice of senior lawyers within the Association of the Bar.
The following are suggested ways a senior lawyer may benefit his or her community:
- Actively participate in a bar association
- Teach law courses
- Write articles for bar publications
- Act as mentor for students, young lawyers and lawyers in transition
- Serve as legal aid volunteer
- Serve as volunteer mediator
- Provide volunteer legal services
- Serve as an expert witness
- Speak to nonlawyer groups, churches, etc.
- Volunteer for nonprofits in the community
- Volunteer for domestic violence prevention programs