The Chicago Bar Association 150th Celebration

infancy, is primed to revolutionize the legal profession, reshaping everything from the roles and responsibilities of lawyers to legal research and drafting, client interaction, law school training, the shape and size of law firms, and access to legal services. Next, technology has a negative side for lawyers, such as fewer in-person interactions, feelings of disconnection with the human aspects of the profession, and a loss of enjoyment in practicing law. Recognizing these dynamics, my second wish is for the CBA to enhance the values that define its legacy and

deepen the spirit of community and camaraderie so essential to a vibrant bar association. My final wish is for you, our members. I wish you to stay involved in the CBA throughout your career and beyond and annually engage in at least one (hopefully more) of the Associa tion’s committees and activities that resonate with you. Strength ening your ties with the CBA uplifts both you and the CBA.

Now, let’s blow out the candles.

CBA Anniversay Celebration 5K Run/Walk The CBA welcomed 400 runners, walker and volunteers to its inaugural 5K Run/Walk in celebration the CBA’s 150 th Anniversary. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Chicago Bar Foundation.

Chief Judge Pallmeyer, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois, and Julie Justicz, Legal Council for Health Justice.

Golden Law team

Clark Hill PLC team

Event Co-Chairs Daniel Berkowitz, Cruser, Mitchell, Novitz, Sanchez, Gaston & Zimet, LLP, and Maureen Mullen, Katten Muchin Rosenman.

Thank you to our volunteers!

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