The coming year for Tianna Kalogerakis, the new head of the Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia, looks like it will be a balancing act.

Not only has Kalogerakis, who took over heading the roughly 1,000-member strong bar association earlier this month, recently transitioned from years as a judicial clerk to her first role in a litigation boutique, but she also has plans to balance projects aimed at both preserving the legacy of black lawyers in Philadelphia and providing needed outreach to the broader community.

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