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David Chidekel to be installed as the next Brooklyn Bar Association president

May 18, 2018 By Rob Abruzzese, Legal Editor Brooklyn Daily Eagle
David Chidekel will be named president of the Brooklyn Bar Association during a ceremony at the federal court next month. Eagle file photo by Rob Abruzzese
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After a year under president Aimee Richter, the Brooklyn Bar Association is getting set to install David M. Chidekel as its next president during a ceremony to be held at the Brooklyn federal court on Wednesday, June 20. 

A former musician from the Bronx, Chidekel is a past president of the Nathan R. Sobel Inns of Court, and a regular fixture at various local bar association and courthouse events.

Chidekel said that he plans to work on increasing new membership as president of the bar with a focus on bringing in young attorneys, minorities and women. He also wants to expand the Brooklyn Bar Association’s scholarship program.

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In addition to Chidekel’s installation, Frank V. Carone will be named president-elect; Anthony J. Lamberti, first vice president; Armena D. Gayle, second vice president; and Richard Klass will move up to secretary. Joseph S. Rosato, president-elect of the Columbian Lawyers Association of Brooklyn, will join the group of officers as the treasurer. 

Maria Aragona will be named a trustee of the class of 2019, and Daniel Antonelli, Michael Farkas, Randi Karmel, Jaime Lathrop, Dino Mastropietro, Andrew S. Rendeiro and Pamela Walker will be named trustees of the class of 2021.


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