“In my view, the primary mission of the Bar Association is to improve the practice of law and the lives of its members,” Mr Strenger said.

On Tuesday, June 6, 2023, Sanford Strenger, Partner, Salamon Gruber Blaymore & Strenger, PC, was appointed to the Nassau County Bar Association (NCBA) by the Honorable Denise Sher of the Nassau County Supreme Court ) 121st Chairman. President Strenger was inaugurated with the following NCBA officials: Daniel W. Russo, President-elect; James P. Joseph, Vice President; dear. Maxine S. Broderick, Treasurer; and Samuel J. Ferrara, Secretary.

Special guests for the evening included the Honorable Nassau County Administrative Judge. Vito M. DeStefano, invited to appoint new officers to the NCBA Board of Trustees and Nassau Law School.

As NCBA President, Mr. Strenger’s goals will be around the theme of the Year of Membership Engagement. Mr. Strenger plans to focus on expanding opportunities for members to market their skills to fellow members and others by adding new networking opportunities throughout the bar year, and to support judicial work and pro-bono services for our veterans.

“I believe that the primary mission of the Bar Association is to enhance the legal practice and the lives of its members through education, access to policymakers, networking and social opportunities. To fully realize its mission, it is also responsible for giving back to its members through community to improve the communities in which its members live,” Mr Strenger said.

President Strenger routinely litigates complex real estate, commercial, corporate, health care, and environmental matters in federal and state courts and before administrative agencies, from incorporation through trial and appellate practice, and advises clients on commercial, real estate, and health care transactions consult.

About the Nassau County Bar Association

Founded in 1899, the Nassau County Bar Association is Long Island’s leader in providing legal information and community service. NCBA is made up of private and public attorneys, judges, legal educators, and law students who demonstrate their commitment to the community by providing a variety of services to the public, including attorney referral services, free mortgage foreclosure counseling, judicial screenings, and public Educational Programs. Nassau Law School provides continuing education for the legal profession. WE CARE, part of NCBA’s philanthropic arm, the Nassau Bar Foundation, helps children, the elderly and others in need through countless programs and donations.For more information, please contact (516) 747-4070 or email info@nassaubar.org, or visit www.nassaubar.org.

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