Only once in about three decades major holidays of several faiths come for a reunion.
This April, Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Orthodox, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, and Hindu families celebrate redemption, hope, freedom, the wisdom of the sages, and new beginnings.
I would like to take this opportunity and extend my best holiday wishes to people of all faiths and persuasions!
This year, the most spiritual time in our diverse communities coincides with paralegals and lawyers electing a new governing board of the legal profession for the next four years.
This year we have seen more polarization, more divisiveness in Bencher Elections than ever before.
When we vote on April 19, let us choose camaraderie over group loyalty, let us choose objectivity over conformity, and let us choose sound judgment over ideology.
Let us vote for unity and inclusion over partisanship and divisiveness!
Have blessed holidays, everyone!