“Our House Is Your Home” celebrates the professional journeys of students who have walked through the House of the Association as City Bar Pipeline program participants. In the profiles, featured alumni share their first experiences at the City Bar, how mentors have played a role in their professional and personal development, and what advice they would give to their younger selves. For many students, engagement with the City Bar began in high school through the Thurgood Marshall Summer Law Internship Program and now continues, as practicing attorneys, in the form of City Bar committee service.

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Read all profiles here, or click on the photos below to read individual alumni profiles:

To learn more about the programs our alumni participated in, please visit the Diversity Pipeline Initiatives page.

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