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Jeralyn Lawrence Sworn in as President of the New Jersey State Bar Association

 

Jeralyn Lawrence was sworn in as President of the New Jersey State Bar Association on the evening of May 19.  Congratulations to all of the other officers! Best wishes for a successful year ahead!

It was a special night when Jeralyn L. Lawrence was welcomed as 2022-2023 President of the New Jersey State Bar Association and 2021-2022 NJSBA President Domenick Carmagnola was bid farewell at the 2022 Annual Meeting and Convention that brought together attendees, trustees, officers, family members, Supreme Court of New Jersey Chief Justice, and many others at the Borgata in Atlantic City.

See Jeralyn’s remarks and acceptance speech immediately after being sworn as President of the New Jersey Bar Association, 2022-2023.

 

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