Henry M. Greenberg, the Greenberg Traurig shareholder who takes over as New York State Bar Association president on June 1, says the organization is launching a national and international drive for members. The effort targets the more than 26,000 admitted New York lawyers who live and work abroad, he said.

Under his leadership, Greenberg said the organization will leverage technology, implement state-of-the-art communications and make membership more valuable to attract both in-state and out-of-state lawyers. Lawyers from overseas who rely on New York State law for international commercial transactions will find the association’s services particularly helpful, he said.

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