❑ Susan L. Pollet, former WWBA President, published her third novel, entitled “Women in Crisis: Stories From the Edge.” Each chapter is the story of a different woman, speaking with her psychiatrist, about important issues which impact upon all women and the men who care about them. It is available on Amazon.
❑ The matrimonial and family law firm of Goldschmidt & Genovese, LLP is delighted to announce the expansion of its firm to include three past presidents of the WWBA: partners Kathleen Donelli and Dolores Gebhardt and Chief Counsel, the Hon. Sondra Miller (ret.)
❑ The Cuddy Law Firm is pleased to announce that Westchester Women’s Bar Association member and Co-Chair of the Education Committee, Alison Morris, has been appointed as Co-Chair of the Disability Rights Committee of the New York State Bar Association. Alison focuses her practice on special education advocacy, litigation, assisting families in navigating the Office with Persons with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) system, and representing families at OPWDD and other administrative hearings. Ms. Morris is a frequent lecturer on topics of interest to both professionals and families on special education law.
Interview of the Month
An Interview with
by Hon. Lisa Margaret Smith
November is the month when we give thanks for all of our blessings. I, for one, would like to thank each of the members and friends of the WWBA who have responded to my October message, about my journey with breast cancer. Those responses have been heartfelt and uplifting, and at times they have made me cry as others have shared their own journeys with cancer. The prayers and good wishes I have received have buoyed my spirits and nourished my hope. No matter my diagnosis, I give thanks for my health, and for the health of all those who walk this life with me, including my WWBA family, my Court family, my extensive network of friends, and my own immediate family.
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