It stands to reason that one of Vincent E. Doyle III’s priorities for his year-long presidency of the New York State Bar Association will be to try to make the group — and the bar — more family friendly.

The son of a prominent Buffalo litigator and judge, and the brother of two lawyers, Doyle said he was exposed to the law at an early age and started going to state bar events with his father at age 9.

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