When Ken Shear decided to apply to become the next Philadelphia Bar Association’s executive director, he wanted the job because the association was a leader in the city and influential in the running of the city’s civic affairs. As Shear announced his upcoming retirement after serving the association for almost 36 years Thursday, his colleagues said that it is largely because of Shear that the association has indeed had such influence and indeed been such a leader. Shear will retire in 2013.
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