Kelly Pressler of Jacobowitz and Gubits Elected as Vice President of the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York (WBASNY)
The Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York (WBASNY) announced its incoming officers for 2017 at their 2017 Annual Convention held at Water’s Edge Resort and Spa in Connecticut, May 18-21, 2017.
At the event, Kelly A. Pressler, Esq., an associate attorney on the Jacobowitz and Gubits litigation team, was announced as the elected Vice President of “WBASNY” for 2017-2018.
Ms. Pressler previously served as Recording Secretary for WBASNY in 2016. Ms. Pressler is also the Vice President of the Women’s Bar Association of Orange and Sullivan Counties and is President-Elect for 2017-2018. Ms. Pressler has served on WBASNY’s Domestic Violence Committee and was the recipient of the 2016 Outstanding New Lawyer Award, as presented by the Women’s Bar Association of Orange and Sullivan Counties.
“All of us at J&G are proud to have Kelly on our team and for her accomplishments with the Women’s Bar Association on the State and local level,” said Michele Babcock, Managing Partner of Jacobowitz and Gubits.
About Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP
Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP, was founded in 1968 to provide sophisticated legal representation to businesses, individuals and municipalities throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley and the state of New York. Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP has grown into a practice with 24 attorneys and a full staff of paralegals and legal assistants to service a growing and dynamic client base.
Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP, handles a wide range of legal issues including business litigation, commercial real estate, elder law and estate planning, immigration law, municipal law, land use and zoning, equine law, health care law, personal injury, employment, family law and criminal law.
For further information on the firm of Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP please visit www.jacobowitz.com or call (845) 778-2121.
WBASNY’s mission is to promote the advancement of the status of women in society and of women in the legal profession; to promote the fair and equal administration of justice; and to act as a unified voice for its members with respect to issues of statewide, national and international significance to women generally and to women attorneys in particular. They are 4,400 members strong.