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News: Nate Alder Selected as Officer by National Conference of Bar Presidents
At its annual meeting in San Francisco, the National Conference of Bar Presidents selected C&J's Nathan D. Alder to become one of its officers. Nate will serve as Secretary during 2016-2017, and thereafter will move into additional leadership positions within the nonprofit organization. Nate recently finished his three-year board term on NCBP's Executive Council, and as chair of the 21st Century Lawyer Committee.  Nate is also a past chair of NCBP's Diversity & Inclusion Committee. Read more about Nate's officer position here.
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