Connecticut Bar Associations
Connecticut Bar Associations - Statewide
- Connecticut Bar Association, New Britain
30 Bank Street, New Britain 06050-0350, Phone: (860) 223-4400
The Connecticut Bar Association, Inc., (CBA) is the preeminent organization for lawyers and the legal profession in Connecticut. The CBA is a non-profit organization pursuant to section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code. Through its eleven thousand members, the CBA is dedicated to promoting public service and advancing the principles of law and justice.CLEAssociation's Events
- Connecticut Asian Pacific American Bar Association (CAPABA), Glastonbury
CAPABA was formed on May 1, 2000. CAPABA is a 501(c)(6) organization. CAPABA's mission is to establish a support network for Asian Pacific American attorneys and communities and those interested in Asian Pacific American legal issues throughout the state of Connecticut.
- Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association (CHBA), Hartford
The CHBA serves its members and the larger Latino community in various ways. CHBA members are informed of employment opportunities, social and academic events around the state, and positions on various boards of directors through the Latino Lawyer. The CHBA's Business Development Committee actively works to establish and expand professional opportunities with local businesses for CHBA members.
- Connecticut Italian-American Bar Association, Waterbury
We are a non-profit group of legal professionals, judges, and law students who share the common bond of an Italian ancestry. Our organization is an official state chapter of the National Italian-American Bar Association, which was founded in 1983 and counts over 4000 members nation-wide.
- Connecticut Student Bar Association (SBA), Hartford
The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the umbrella organization for student groups at the University of Connecticut School of Law. The University collects student activity funds from each student enrolled in the School of Law and then the SBA divides the funds among the student organizations.
Connecticut Bar Associations - Local
- Fairfield County Bar Association, Stamford
The purposes of the Association shall be to uphold the best traditions of the legal profession; to promote the administration of justice; to foster fair and honorable dealings between attorney and client; to support legislation for the betterment of the judicial system; to encourage friendly and cordial relations among members of the Bar; to cooperate with all state and national agencies, organizations and movements for the advance of the science of jurisprudence and the judicial system; to provide service to the community through volunteer action and philanthropy; to provide continuing professional education for its members; and to deal with matters pertaining to the Bar and the practice of law in southwestern Connecticut.”
- Greater Danbury Bar Association, Danbury
- Hartford County Bar Association (HCBA), Hartford
The Hartford County Bar Association is a voluntary not-for-profit association of lawyers and judges in Hartford County, dedicated to promoting public service and advancing the principles of law and justice through its more than 2200 members. The Hartford County Bar Association, established in 1783, is reputed to be the oldest Bar Association in the country.CLE
- New Haven County Bar Association (NHCBA), New Haven
The New Haven County Bar Association is the professional association for attorneys, paralegals and legal administrators in the Greater New Haven area. One of its most important public services is the New Haven County Lawyer Referral Service, a program that refers members of the public to pre-screened, qualified attorneys. The NHCBA sponsors a variety of membership activities and programs, and has many active committees.CLE
- New London County Bar Assocation (NLCBA), New London
The New London County Bar Association was founded on May 1, 1874. The New London County Bar Association Inc. is a nonprofit 501 (c) corporation dedicated to advancing the science of jurisprudence; facilitating the administration of justice; assisting in the improvement of the judicial systems of Connecticut and the nation; upholding and improving the professional and education standards of the legal profession; assisting in employing the abilities of the legal profession for the general good of the public, encouraging cordial relations among members of the Bar; and cooperating with other bar associations of Connecticut and the nation in furtherance of this.
- Waterbury Bar Association, Waterbury
The Waterbury Bar Association is a non-profit organization. Members are Attorneys admitted to practice law in Connecticut with offices in Waterbury and surrounding towns.