Brooklyn Bar Association to install Anthony Lamberti as president
The Brooklyn Bar Association will hold its first-ever Zoom installation on Wednesday evening for its incoming president Anthony Lamberti, the rest of the 2020-2021 officers and the trustees of the Class of 2023.
Lamberti, who is taking over for outgoing president Frank Carone, grew up in Gravesend and graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School in 1974 and the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He started his career as a court officer and went to Brooklyn Law School at night starting in 1986 while he worked to become an attorney.
Currently he is a partner at Armstrong & Lamberti PLLC, where he concentrates on guardianships, elder law and trusts and estates. Prior to being in private practice, Lamberti started his legal career as a clerk for Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Seymour Gerschwer and then later for Justice Leonard Scholnick.
Lamberti, who is the chair of the BBA’s Elder Law Committee, is a regular guest lecturer at local bar associations. He has presented CLEs on elder law and guardianships for the BBA, the Bay Ridge Lawyers Association, the Columbian Lawyers Association of Brooklyn and other local groups.
Lamberti is also the chair of the NYSBA Elder Law Section and the Guardianship Subcommittee, the 13th Judicial District Delegate for the Richmond County Bar Association Elder Law Section, and was president of the Bay Ridge Lawyers Association in 2008.
The other officers who will be installed include Armena Gayle as president-elect, Richard Klass as first vice president, Joseph Rosato as second vice president, Anthony Vaughn Jr. as secretary and Christina Golkin, who is joining the executive board as the treasurer.
The trustees of the Class of 2023 include Imran Ansari, Grace Borrino, Andrea Caruso, Jason Friedman, Dewey Golkin, Daniel Miller and Joy Thompson, who is currently serving as the president of the Women’s Bar Association for the State of New York.
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