Trolling for New Blood – HCBA’s New President Out to Sell Value of Membership
October 4, 2006
When Paul H. Rothschild moved his law practice from Boston to Springfield back in 1976, his family was initially skeptical.
“My wife figured we’d be back (in Boston) in a year,” he acknowledged.
Rothschild proved her wrong. Three decades later, he’s not only still practicing in Springfield, but he’s now the president of the Hampden County Bar Association. A shareholder at Bacon & Wilson, Rothschild’s one-year term as president took effect in June, but the work of running the organization is just beginning in earnest. …
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by: Keith Griffin
Western MA Law Tribune