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The LGBT Bar's Work to Connect Community and Careers in the Legal Profession

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The LGBT Bar Association is the nation's largest organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and allied legal professionals. With thousands of members spanning the corporate, firm, non-profit and government sphere, The Bar plays a leading role in ensuring legal professionals have access to the latest resources, opportunities and skills. From organizing Lavender Law, an annual conference attracting more than 1,600 attendees working on cutting edge legal issues, to spearheading legal change from inside the profession, The Bar plays a unique role in ensuring the legal and political advancements of the LGBT community impact real people and families.

 

D’Arcy Kemnitz brings more than two decades of non-profit and social justice experience to her role as The LGBT Bar’s executive director. Under her leadership, The Bar has become the largest and most recognized organization of LGBT legal professionals in the country. In addition to organizing more than 25 affiliated LGBT bar associations, and dozens of LGBT law student associations, D’Arcy oversees the Lavender Law Conference and Career Fair each year. D’Arcy is frequently quoted on LGBT legal issues, appearing in media outlets including The ABA Journal, ABC News, Time Magazine. She is a distinguished graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the Hamline University School of Law.

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