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Message from EASL Chair Judith B. Prowda

I am pleased to announce the appointment of Diane Krausz as a member of the New York State Bar Association Committee on Continuing Legal Education. Diane is the first EASL representative to serve on the NYSBA CLE Committee. During her three-year term, Diane will attend meetings in New York and Saratoga twice a year and make recommendations on CLE programs and policies. The CLE Committee is one of the most important committees within the NYSBA since its members advise and inform the content and direction of NYSBA CLE programs.

Diane is a long-time member of the EASL Executive Committee, and serves as EASL Treasurer as well as Co-Chair of the Theater and Performing Arts Committee. During her more than two decades practicing law, Diane has represented many leading performers, writers, producers, composers, filmmakers, music publishing interests, talent representatives, writers, actors and directors in the theatre, film, television and motion entertainment industry, including emerging media production companies. A Wharton School of Business and Fordham Law graduate, Diane is also trained and qualified as a Certified Public Accountant. In addition to her work with EASL, Diane is a member of the League of Professional Theatre Women, the Finance Committee of the Friars Club, and New York Women in Film and Television.

Congratulations Diane! We look forward to your excellent representation of EASL within the NYSBA CLE Committee.

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