The New York City Bar Association installed its new leaders Tuesday evening, holding its first-ever virtual ceremony where its new president and board members were elected. The leaders were installed over a Zoom meeting, after the city bar announced their nomination in December.

Sheila Boston, a partner at Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer, was elected as the city bar’s 69th president. Boston—the first woman of color to serve as the organization’s president—had been a vice president and secretary of the city bar. She fills the shoes of Roger Juan Maldonado, a partner at Smith, Gambrell & Russell.

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