Witt Offers Wisdom To National Bar Group

NHCBA director works with peers to create programs for lawyers

Across the country, most state and local bar associations that are larger than New Haven's, which has 1,400 members. But few, if any, have a more engaged, enthusiastic and effective leader than Executive Director Carolyn Breen Witt. That's easy to conclude from her 15-year track record, and the fact that the National Association of Bar Executives has just elected her its president for the 2010-11 fiscal year. The NABE provides a forum for members to address their challenges together, and to share innovations and "best practices."

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