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Welcome Members, Friends and Supporters of the GSBA:
I am deeply humbled to serve as the 31st President of The Garden State Bar Association, the State’s oldest special bar association. The GSBA was created in 1975 to assist African-Americans and other ethnic minorities in becoming an effective part of the judicial and legal systems; to advance the science of jurisprudence; to improve the administration of justice; to support initiatives designed to improve economic conditions of all individuals; and to work to eliminate discrimination and inequality based on racial or ethnic considerations. Thirty eight years later, we continue our mission while being cognizant and responsive the unique ways that attorneys can make a positive impact in the community during these challenging times. We will play our integral role in making a difference by turning ourselves outward to the community. This bar year, the GSBA will turn itself outward in two major ways. First, we will forge or strengthen partnerships with community organizations, churches and other bar associations. Through these partnerships, we will deliver our members and their expertise to groups and individuals who are clamoring for the perspective and compassion of a GSBA attorney. These partnerships and the unity that they promote will also enable us to have a stronger statewide voice when it is time to raise our voice on issues that arise within the ambit of our mission.
The second and equally important way that we will turn ourselves outward is through our Reaching Back As We Climb Mentorship Program. This program has three key components: mentorship, skills workshops and networking. We have already signed up over 30 law students at all three law schools in the state. The GSBA strongly believes that our success is not simply recognizing that we stand on the shoulders of those who have gone before us, but acknowledging that we are successful when we become the shoulders upon which others will stand.
For your part, we ask that you pledge or renew your commitment to the GSBA in two crucial ways: 1) Join a committee on which you can serve for the 2013 – 2014 Bar Year. Pick the committee that best matches your time and talents and, then, serve . Our mission has life only when we live it. We expect you to help make us better. 2) Join the GSBA Executive Officers and Board of Directors as dues paid members. The GSBA is working continuously to increase the importance and value of dues paid membership. A yearly membership includes: free GSBA hosted CLE’s, discounted gala tickets, inclusion in a membership directory for preferential referrals, appointment to Supreme Court Committees and more.
Regardless of your race, gender, sexual orientation or political affiliation, if you embrace the mission of the GSBA we encourage you to join us in the struggle. I thank you in advance for your service.
Yours in Service,
Steve Garry Hockaday, Esq.
|Thursday Dec 12, 2013, 6:00pm - 8:00pm |
Joint Holiday Party & General Body Meeting
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