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January's Comments from the President

Alas, Chris Gumbiner, our office administrator, has told us that she will retire at the end of May. That day was bound to come, but it is unwelcome nevertheless. “What fates impose, that men must needs abide; it boots not to resist both wind and tide.” Chris apparently wants to spend more time shepherding her grandchildren than looking after a group of disorganized lawyers. I cannot imagine why. It is typical of Chris that she speaks warmly about her experience as office administrator.She has found that the lawyers in our association “couldn’t have been nicer.”

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The Greensboro Bar Association was formed on March 15, 1929. Over its 63 year history, many projects and committees have been developed, expanded and completed.

The Greensboro Bar Association seeks the to represent The American legal system’s values of individual freedom, dignity, the right to due process, and equal protection under the law.  As Lawyers, we are guardians for our legal system, and we have an important professional responsibility to recognize, honor, and enhance the rule of law.  We are in a privileged position, and therefore, we work under special obligations.  To forget or set aside these obligations is to dishonor our profession.

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