Jay Holtmeier has been elected to the board of directors of The City Bar Fund of the New York City Bar Association. He was one of six board members who recently joined the board; the Fund serves as the City Bar's nonprofit wing.
The City Bar Fund supports several programs that help underserved communities secure legal representation; promote international justice efforts overseas; highlight the need for diversity and inclusion in the legal industry; mentor inner-city students looking to pursue legal careers; and offer substance abuse counseling to New York City lawyers.
Holtmeier, who co-leads the firm's Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Anti-Corruption Group, has been working with The City Bar Fund's programs for several years and previously was a member of the Fund's board and served as its chair.
“It's an honor to again join The City Bar Fund's board of directors; I'm proud to be a part of the important work the Fund is doing in New York and abroad,” Holtmeier said. “This is a valuable organization for the New York community, and I look forward to supporting it for many years to come.”