May 21, 2018 — On May 16, Sarah Cave was elected as one of three vice presidents of the New York City Bar. Her fellow vice presidents are Matthew Diller, dean of Fordham Law School; and Brad Karp, chair of Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison. 

Cave assumed the role of vice president after serving as chair of the City Bar’s executive committee for the last year. During her tenure, Cave coordinated oversight of the City Bar’s budget and operations and assisted in developing important positions on legal and public policy issues.

Roger Juan Maldonado, a partner at Smith Gambrell & Russell, will lead the City Bar after being elected its 68th president.

Founded in New York City in 1870, the City Bar is a voluntary association of lawyers and law students that is the country’s oldest bar association. Firm founder Charles Evans Hughes served as president in 1927.