2018-05-09 / Front Page

141st Annual Queens County Bar Association Installation Of Officers And Awards

(L. to r.): Justice Sidney Strauss greeted the incoming officers, President-Elect Marie-Eleana First, Vice-President Clifford Welden, Secretary Karina Alomar, and Treasurer Richard Harris Lazarus.(L. to r.): Justice Sidney Strauss greeted the incoming officers, President-Elect Marie-Eleana First, Vice-President Clifford Welden, Secretary Karina Alomar, and Treasurer Richard Harris Lazarus.The 141st annual Queens County Bar Association (QCBA) installation of officers and awards was held at the Terrace on the Park on Thursday, May 3.

The incoming officers for 2019-2019 are President Hilary Gingold, President-Elect Marie-Eleana First, Vice-President Clifford Welden, Secretary Karina Alomar, and Treasurer Richard Harris Lazarus.

The evening’s guest speaker was Hon. Alan Scheinkman, the Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division, Second Department. His predecessor, Hon. Randall Eng, also attended the event.

The QCBA’s newly installed President Hilary Gingold said during her remarks to the gathering, The event’s emcee and installing officer, Hon. Sidney Strauss, a retired Justice of the Supreme Court, Queens County, administered the oath of office to the QCBA’s new incoming President, Hilary Gingold.Photos Walter KarlingThe event’s emcee and installing officer, Hon. Sidney Strauss, a retired Justice of the Supreme Court, Queens County, administered the oath of office to the QCBA’s new incoming President, Hilary Gingold.Photos Walter Karling“The Queens County Bar Association, representing one of the most diverse counties in the country, has long provided a voice for its members and the community for which it stands. We must continue to engage our young and newly admitted attorneys and we must continue to reach out to our existing members, and in the process, invigorate our association with fresh ideas and understanding for one another’s concerns.”

Incoming QCBA President Gingold received an award of recognition from the Brandeis Association and its president Mojgan Lancman.

Attorney Arnold Drucker received an award for pro-bono service from Mark Welicky, the Pro Bono Coordinator at the Queens Volunteer Lawyers Project.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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