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More than 200 New York bar associations are competing for a shrinking pool of potential members, and experts predict that if they don’t evolve, they will not be around long term.

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Leona Krasner, a matrimonial attorney in New York City, was photographed in September on the day she joined the City Bar Association. Photo by David Handschuh/NYLJ Leona Krasner, a matrimonial attorney in New York City, joined the City Bar Association in September. (Photo: David Handschuh/ALM)

Leona Krasner, a 32-year-old matrimonial lawyer in New York City, said attending a bar association function is a lot like visiting the doctor. You dread going, but you know it’s good for you.

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Susan DeSantis

Susan DeSantis is the deputy editor-in-chief of the New York Law Journal. She can be reached at sdesantis@alm.com. Twitter: @sndesantis

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