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Brooklyn Bar elects new officers, presents awards at annual meeting

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From left, Hon. Barry Kamins (retd.); George Farkas; Appellate Division Justice Reinaldo Rivera, and Hon. David Vaughan.
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Justice Sylvia Ash and Judge Genine Edwards during the Brooklyn Bar Assocation’s annual meeting on Wednesday, May 8.
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Judge George Silver recieves his Freda S. Nisnewitz Award for Pro Bono Service during the Brooklyn Bar Assocation’s annual meeting on Wednesday, May 8.
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Frances Ciorciari, left, receives her award and poses with incoming president Frank Carone, right, during the Brooklyn Bar Assocation’s annual meeting on Wednesday, May 8.
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Judge Lillian Wan, center, receives her Diversity Committee Award during the Brooklyn Bar Assocation’s annual meeting..
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Justice Lawrence Knipel smiles during the Brooklyn Bar Assocation’s annual meeting and awards night.

Call it raising the bar.

Borough legal eagles rubbed elbows and toasted the success of The Brooklyn Bar Association’s newest officers and trustees at the group’s Annual Meeting, Awards and Elections this month.

The evening of legal liveliness, held at the Association’s meeting hall on Remsen Street Downtown, saw several worthy candidates elected to new posts and many deserving jurists and Bar Association staffers receive awards on May 8.

The new officers, who will be officially inducted during a ceremony at Brooklyn Law School’s Feil Hall next month, include: Hon. Frank V. Carone, president; Anthony J. Lamberti, president-elect; Armena D. Gayle, first vice president; Richard Klass, second vice president; Joseph Rosato, secretary; and Anthony Vaughn, Jr., treasurer.

The borough Bar Association’s Trustees Class of 2022 includes: Maria Aragona, Martin Edelman, Adam Kalish, Gregory LaSpina, Angélicque Moreno, Scott Rynecki, and Pauline Yeung.

Posted 12:00 am, May 22, 2019
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