Incoming American Bar Association President Carolyn Lamm was so concerned about shoring up the organization’s membership and appealing to a broader audience that she started pitching in this year before the beginning of her term.

ABA membership isn’t growing at the same rate as the profession, said Lamm, a partner in the Washington office of White & Case. The association doesn’t even represent half of all U.S. lawyers anymore, she said.

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