Carolyn Daly sworn in as Vice President of NJ AAML
Carolyn Daly, founder and managing Partner of Daly & Associates, was sworn in as the Vice President of the New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) on Thursday, June 10 in a virtual swearing-in ceremony.
Ms. Daly, who has been a fellow of the AAML since 2011 and served as Treasurer for the past few years, was excited for the new challenge.
“It’s a lot of work, but it’s important work,” said Ms. Daly. “The AAML works tirelessly to improve the practice of matrimonial law throughout the United States, and I am excited for what we have in store for the year ahead.
Ms. Daly will be working with some of the the best in the business. Sworn in as President was Jeralyn Lawrence, founder and managing partner of Lawrence Law, LLC. Other officers include Sheryl Seiden, founder and managing partner of Seiden Family Law, and Ronald Lieberman, partner of Adinolfi, Lieberman, Burick, Roberto & Molotsky and immediate past president of the New Jersey State Bar Association Family Law Executive Committee.
The officers and other board members had the honor of hearing from Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, the pilot-turned-hero who had to land US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River in 2009 and managed to do so with no casualties.
“Sully is an inspirational figure to all Americans, so it was a true honor to have him speak to us tonight. It is clear from his actions that anything is possible, and that’s the mantra we will take up as a Board this year.”
The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) was founded to encourage the study, improve the practice, elevate the standards and advance the cause of matrimonial law, to the end that the welfare of the family and society be protected. It is a prestigious group, as there are only approximately 60 attorneys in New Jersey who are named as fellows to the AAML. To be represented by a Fellow of the Academy is to be represented by a leading practitioner in the field of family law. For more information on the New Jersey chapter, click here.