Michele Mirman Named President of Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association
June 26, 2017
Mirman, Markovits & Landau, P.C. is pleased to announce that New York Personal Injury Attorney and Firm Partner Michele S. Mirman has been named President of the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association (BWBA)! Mrs. Mirman was officially appointed on Monday, June 19th. Prior to being named President, she served as Vice President.
The Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association, a Chapter of the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York (WBASNY), was established nearly a century ago as an organization committed to supporting and advocating on behalf of local female legal professionals, as well as protecting and furthering the rights of all women.
As President of the BWBA, Mrs. Mirman plays a vital role in furthering the association’s mission. This includes bolstering its professional network and support system for female lawyers and providing educational programs to members and other legal professionals. The BWBA also takes an active role in engaging in efforts that enrich the local community and plays a key part in helping shape important local and national legislative efforts involving women’s rights.
Mrs. Mirman’s appointment as President of the BWBA speaks volumes about her unwavering commitment to the local and legal communities during the course of her more than four decades in practice. Over the years, she has strived to make a difference in her community through involvement with various organizations, including AllinBrookly, the Brooklyn Kindergarten Society, the Making Headway Foundation, and more.
In addition to giving back to the community that continually places their trust in her during when they need proven representation, Mrs. Mirman has also cultivated a reputation for being active in various legal organizations. This includes her past Vice Presidency with the BWBA, during which she spearheaded efforts to support the Safe Homes Project of Brooklyn, an initiative that provides services and shelter for abused women and children. She has also previously served on the judiciary committee for the New York State Women’s Bar Association and as the First Vice President of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association.
Our firm is proud that Attorney Mirman continues to apply her passion for personal injury law and our community to all endeavors, including representing the injured victims and families who come to our firm after suffering preventable harm. Her dedication and spirit have been a driving force behind our firm’s success, and our recovery of more than $1 billion in compensation for our clients. We are confident that it will make a difference as she serves as President of the BWBA.