Doug Brown Named Interim CBA Executive Director
Bruno's time as the executive director was marked by challenges. Just before Bruno was hired, the CBA had been facing declining membersip for a number of years. Last summer, the association trimmed its paid office staff by more than 25 percent. Those cuts were made by the Board of Governors, which oversees all of the association's financial operations.
Knox said the CBA immediately moved to appoint Brown as its new executive director on an interim basis. "We expect to achieve a seamless transition," she said. "Our members will experience no disruption in the services provided to them by their Bar Association."
Bruno will continue to serve as the state delegate to the ABA, as chair of the ABA Standing Committee on Bar Activities and Services and as a member of the ABA Legal Access to Justice Jobs Corps Task Force.