Maryland Bar Associations


Maryland Bar Associations - Statewide

  • Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA), Baltimore

  • Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Maryland, Ellicott City

  • Federal Bar Association, Maryland Chapter,

    As the professional organization for private and government lawyers and judges involved in federal practice, the FBA has offered an unmatched array of leadership opportunities and services for more than 80 years.

  • Lawyer Pilots Bar Association, Edgewater

    To achieve the Association's educational purposes, semi-annual national meetings are held, winter and summer, at which well known men and women come to speak on subjects that are topical at the moment. The speakers come from diversified backgrounds: the bench and bar; industry; education; state and federal administrative bodies; and our own talented membership. The professional programs are prepared to gain CLE credit in non-aviation as well as aviation fields of law. The national conventions have produced a host of speakers who have given stirring and informative talks at the annual luncheon and banquet.

    CLE
  • Maryland Hispanic Bar Association (MHBA), Baltimore

    The purpose of the Maryland Hispanic Bar Association (MHBA) is to serve the public interest by cultivating the science of jurisprudence, promoting reform in the law, facilitating the administration of justice, fostering respect of the law among Hispanics, advancing the standing of the legal profession, preserving high standards of integrity, honor, and professional courtesy among Hispanic lawyers, establishing a close relationship among Hispanic lawyers, and cooperating with bar associations nationally and internationally and other legal organizations.

  • Maryland Hispanic Bar Association (MHBA), Greenbelt

    The purpose of the Maryland Hispanic Bar Association (MHBA) is to serve the public interest by cultivating the science of jurisprudence, promoting reform in the law, facilitating the administration of justice, fostering respect of the law among Hispanics, advancing the standing of the legal profession, preserving high standards of integrity, honor, and professional courtesy among Hispanic lawyers, establishing a close relationship among Hispanic lawyers, and cooperating with bar associations nationally and internationally and other legal organizations.

  • National Native American Bar Association (NNABA), Elkridge

    The National Native American Bar Association (NNABA) serves as the national association for Native American attorneys, judges, law professors and law students. Founded in 1973 as the American Indian Lawyers Association, NNABA works to promote issues important to the Native American community and works to improve professional opportunities for Native American lawyers. NNABA strives to be a leader on social, cultural, political and legal issues affecting American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians.

  • Women's Bar Association of Maryland (WBA), Baltimore

    The purpose of the WBA shall be to maintain the honor and integrity of the legal profession; to advance the interests of women engaged in the practice of law; to promote legal science; to aid the administration of justice; to advance the status of women in society through law related activities; and to coordinate with and act as liaison between its affiliates.

Maryland Bar Associations - Local

  • Anne Arundel County Bar Association (AABA), Annapolis

    The Anne Arundel Bar Association (AABA) is a nonprofit membership organization of over 900 legal professionals. We provide legal services to the community and career development opportunities for legal professionals.

  • Baltimore County Bar Association (BCBA), Towson

    The mission of the Baltimore County Bar Association is to serve as a leader in advancing excellence, ethical conduct, professionalism and public responsibility in the legal profession; to improve the efficiency, fairness and accessibility of our system of justice for all citizens; to increase the public’s understanding and appreciation of our profession and our legal system; to use our collective resources to improve the well-being of our community and its citizens, especially our youth; and to identify and support the needs of a diverse membership and foster an environment in which members experience a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction in the practice of law.

  • Bankruptcy Bar Association for the District of Maryland, Baltimore

  • Bar Association of Baltimore City, Baltimore

    The Bar Association of Baltimore City is the first Bar Association formed in the State of Maryland and one of the oldest in the Nation. Incorporated on January 15, 1880, its mission was "to aid in maintaining the honor and dignity of the profession, to promote legal science, and further the administration of justice." Though the practice of law has become more complex, these are still the goals which we strive today.

  • Bar Association of Montgomery County (BAMC), Rockville

    The Constitution of the Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland expressly recognizes that among the fundamental purposes of our professional association are responsibilities to uphold standards of integrity, honor and courtesy. These are hallmarks of our profession. We owe like responsibilities to cultivate a spirit of cordiality and respect within our profession and community.

    CLE
  • Frederick County Bar Association, Frederick

    Our Association is a growing organization currently comprised of over 300 attorneys who actively practice law in Frederick County and throughout the state of Maryland. Our Members are committed to advancing the administration of justice, to upholding standards of integrity, honor and courtesy in the legal profession, to encouraging legal education, and cultivating a spirit of cordiality and respect among the members of the Bar and Judiciary.

  • Harford County Bar Association, Bel Air

    The Harford County Bar Foundation is a non-profit community resource providing educational and referral services to the residents of Harford County. it provides placement of financially disadvantaged individuals and their families with qualified attorneys who provide pro bono (for free) legal services. It also places income eligible individuals with Harford Countv attorneys who will represent them on a reduced fee basis. The areas of law in which the legal services are placed include: domestic relations, domestic violence, child support, criminal defense, housing (including tenant/landlord), bankruptcy, and unemployment benefits.

  • Howard County Bar Association, Ellicott City

    The Mission of the Howard County Bar Association, Inc. (HCBA) is to promote excellence in the practice of law and the administration of justice through service, education, advocacy, and collegiality for the benefit of the profession and the community.

  • J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association, Upper Marlboro

  • Prince George's County Bar Association (PGCBA), Upper Marlboro

    To represent the legal profession and to serve its members and the community by promoting justice, professional excellence, collegiality and respect for the law.

  • St. Mary's County Bar Association,

  • Washington County Bar Association,

    The Bar Association of Washington County, Maryland, Inc. (“the Association”) is a professional organization whose membership is limited to lawyers. However, as an organization, the Association cannot provide legal advice to citizens.

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