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NITA Past Board Members Recognized at The American Law Institute

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NITA Past Board Members Joseph R. Bankoff and Louise A. LaMothe

NITA would like to congratulate Past Board Members Joseph R. Bankoff and Louise A. LaMothe who became Life Members at The American Law Institute (ALI) during their 95th Annual Meeting. The ALI is the nation’s premier law reform organization which is limited to 3,000 members –  elected from judges, law professors, and practitioners from throughout the United States and abroad.

An ALI Life Member is someone who has been a member for 25 years. LaMothe and Bankoff’s class was selected in 1993 and celebrated its 25th year during the Annual Meeting. According to LaMothe, “It’s been a great honor to participate in the ALI’s many contributions to the law.”

LaMothe and Bankoff both served on the NITA Board for many years and we congratulate them on this amazing achievement and for their dedication to advocacy.

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