Survival of the Fittest: As Baby Boomers Retire, NY Bar Associations Face Harsh Realities

By Susan DeSantis

The New York Law Journal quotes President Greenberg on the value of bar membership to younger attorneys (may require subscription)

More than 200 New York bar associations are competing for a shrinking pool of potential members, forcing them to sell their assets, take out loans, share expenses, reduce their staffs, and cease operations, according to interviews with more than two dozen bar leaders, legal experts and New York lawyers.

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