Pennsylvania Bar Associations
Pennsylvania Bar Associations - Statewide
- Pennsylvania Bar Association, Harrisburg
100 South Street, Harrisburg 17101, Phone: 800.932.0311 Association's Events
- Asian American Bar Association of the Delaware Valley (AABADV), Philadelphia
The Asian American Bar Association of the Delaware Valley ("AABADV") is a non-profit organization founded in 1984 to serve a wide network of Asian Pacific American attorneys admitted or practicing in Pennsylvania, Northern Delaware and Southern New Jersey. The AABADV is dedicated to the advancement of its members and the Asian American Community. AABADV also educates its members about issues critical to Asian Pacific Americans and advances the interests of Asian Pacific American attorneys as well as the interests of the local community.
- Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania (HBA), Philadelphia
The Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania ("HBA") is a professional organization composed of members of the Bar and law students of Hispanic ancestry as well as other interested persons. The HBA was founded to provide a forum for Hispanic and other lawyers who are interested in promoting the social, economic, professional, and educational advancement of Hispanic attorneys, the Hispanic community, and the administration of justice.
Pennsylvania Bar Associations - Local
- Allegheny County Bar Association, Pittsburgh
The Allegheny County Bar Association (ACBA) is a professional organization with more than 6,500 member lawyers, judges, magisterial district justices, legal administrators, and paralegals. Each year the ACBA conducts various projects that touch many aspects of the community and the legal profession. The ACBA members work to improve the profession, the communities in which they live, and the administration of justice in society.
- Bar Association of Lehigh County (BALC), Allentown
Since the turn of the century, the Bar Association of Lehigh County has provided service and assistance to the area's lawyers and the community. The association was officially chartered in 1905 "to advance the science of jurisprudence and the administration of justice, to encourage a thorough legal education, to uphold the honor and dignity of the bar, to cultivate social and professional association among its members, to assist the courts in the orderly and efficient administration of justice and to perpetuate the history of the profession and the memory of its members within this judicial district."CLE
- Beaver County Bar Association, Beaver
To promote excellence in the practice of law; to advance the efficiency and the equality of the administration of justice and the civil and orderly resolution of disputes through its members to service the legal needs of the community; to encourage acts of public service by its membership; to foster courteous and professional relations among the members of the Bar; to advance cooperation between the Bench and the Bar; to uphold the honor and integrity of the legal profession and preserve the history of our local justice system and the memory of the past members of the Beaver County Bar Association.CLE
- Berks County Bar Association, Reading
The Berks County Bar Association is an organization which consists of over 600 women and men, who are both active lawyers and judges. These members of the Bar Association are committed to providing the citizens of Berks County and elsewhere with high quality, professional legal services and a high quality legal system. The various members of the Bar Association who practice law provide these legal services across a wide range of fields, such as criminal law, family law, corporate law and personal injury law, and many more areas. These professional legal services are provided to individuals, businesses and municipalities. Access to these services for those who need them is available even to those whose economic means are limited.
- Bucks County Bar Association, Doylestown
The Bucks County Bar Association is one of the oldest and most active Bar Associations in the United States. Located in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, the Bucks County Bar Association is dedicated to providing its members, potential members and all persons and organizations connected with the law, support and fellowship for the advancement of the legal profession.
- Cambria County Bar Association, Johnstown
- Carbon County Bar Association, Jim Thorpe
- Centre County Bar Association, State College
The Bar Association's purpose is to foster and protect excellence in legal services to the public in general and to promote respect, civility, collegiality and professionalism within the legal community. The Bar Association offers pro bono legal assistance through MidPenn Legal Services and reduced fees for qualifying low income clients through the court administrator's office.
- Chester County Bar Association, West Chester
The Chester County Bar Association provides many services to its members and the community of Chester County by offering a variety of programs directed toward a better understanding of the legal system. Through the Association, members can expand their knowledge, enhance their practice and better fulfill their responsibility of providing efficient, skillful access to the legal system. Our member and public service programs provide opportunities for enhancement of professional and personal goals. The Association provides many opportunities for its members to become involved in public service through the Pro Bono and Law Related Education programs, which have received national recognition from the American Bar Association.CLE
- Cumberland County Bar Association (CCBA), Carlisle
The Cumberland County Bar Foundation was established in 1997 as a Pennsylvania not-for-profit 501(c)(3) entity. It will foster and maintain the honor and integrity of the legal system and will benefit the lawyers and the citizens of Cumberland County. Cumberland County has benefited greatly over the years from the many dedicated and extremely talented attorneys serving the profession and their communities. The Cumberland County Bar Foundation will commit its efforts to programs and projects that will work toward fulfilling the Foundation's mission.
- Dauphin County Bar Association (DCBA), Harrisburg
The Dauphin County Bar Association is a professional organization with almost 1,400 lawyers actively engaged in various programs of public service, professional development and personal interaction. Each year the Association conducts numerous projects that address matters of concern to both our community and our profession. Our members form the core of these efforts, orchestrating a wide range of activities to improve the legal profession, the administration of justice, and the lives of the Dauphin County citizens we serve.CLE
- Delaware County Bar Association, Media
The Delaware County Bar Association has continued to adapt to the times. In 1996 the Association began the publication of these pages on the Word Wide Web, the first county bar association in the five-county Philadelphia area to publish a web page. In 1996 the Association, as part of the long history of cooperation and assistance to the Bench, began a Judge Pro Tem Program. As we enter the twenty-first century the Association will continue its service to the Bar, the Bench, and Delaware County.
- Erie County Bar Association (ECBA), Erie
The Erie County Bar Association serves the lawyers, judges and the public of Erie County, Pennsylvania by assisting our members in the practice of law and by engaging in activities that promote the public's understanding of and respect for our American system of law and justice.CLE
- Franklin County Bar Association, Chambersburg
We are dedicated to pursuing the administration of justice for all persons and upholding the integrity of our chosen profession. To accomplish our goals, we offer numerous programs for both our members and the community.CLE
- Lackawanna Bar Association (LBA), Scranton
Today the Lackawanna Bar Association has over 600 members. It continues to assist its members as well as the community by providing educational and community related services. It continues to recognize the efforts of its forefathers and maintain the honor and dignity of the profession of law.CLE
- Lancaster Bar Association (LBA), Lancaster
The LBA is a professional organization of attorneys and judges in Lancaster County and surrounding areas. The LBA takes pride in the part played by its members in civic, official and military life from the 18th century to present times. As part of our mission, we are committed to providing our members and the community with timely information and valuable resources regarding the practice of law in Lancaster County.CLE
- Middle District Bankruptcy Bar Association, Hazleton
- Monroe County Bar Association, Stroudsburg
Today the Monroe County Bar Association continues to assist its members and the public of Monroe County by providing an opportunity for interaction, education and community related services. The Bar Association has grown to over 200 members and maintains a permanent center at 913 Main Street, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.CLE
- Montgomery Bar Association, Norristown
The Montgomery Bar Association, a non-profit organization of nearly 2000 Montgomery County attorneys, offers its members numerous opportunities for professional development and helps deliver the services of member attorneys to the community.CLE
- Northampton County Bar Association (NCBA), Easton
The Northampton County Bar Association is a professional organization of almost 500 lawyers and judges actively engaged in various programs of public service, professional development, and personal interaction. Since 1874, the Bar Association has been committed to maintaining the honor and dignity of the profession of the law, cultivating social relations among its members, and promoting the administration of justice. We accomplish these goals through our members who volunteer their time and talents for the benefit of the community and our profession. The Bar Association has a long history of service to the community.CLE
- Philadelphia Bar Association, Philadelphia
The 13,000-member Philadelphia Bar Association, founded in 1802, is America's first chartered metropolitan bar association and Pennsylvania's largest local bar association. As such, it is a keystone in the ongoing developments of the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania legal systems. Attorneys, judges, and politicians alike look to the Philadelphia Bar Association for guidance on controversial legal issues; and for an organized meeting ground for professional support and information sharing. The Mission of the Philadelphia Bar Association is to serve the profession and the public by promoting justice, professional excellence and respect for the rule of law. In so doing, the Association strives to foster understanding of, involvement in and access to the justice system.
- Schuylkill County Bar Association (SCBA), Pottsville CLE
- Washington County Bar Association, Washington
The Washington County Bar Association Is A Professional Organization Dedicated To Serving The Community And The Profession Of Law, Both Here In Washington County And Across Pennsylvania. A Relatively Small Bar Association Of Approximately 300 Members, We Are Proud Of Our Reputation Of Being An Active And Progressive Organized Bar. We Provide A Full Range Of Membership Services For A Modest Cost, As Well As A Wide Variety Of Public Education Programs.
- Westmoreland Bar Association (WBA), Greensburg
The Westmoreland Bar Association is among the oldest, continuous professional organizations of lawyers in Pennsylvania. This voluntary association is comprised of over 500 attorneys who practice law primarily in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Our mission is to continue a long-standing tradition of fostering excellence in professional service by our members to their clients and to the general community while engendering respect, civility and camaraderie among the members of the Bench and Bar.CLE
- York County Bar Association (YCBA), York
The York County Bar Association is a non-profit professional membership association of attorneys and judges. It exists to serve the needs of the lawyers, judges and public of York County. The Association and its members have dedicated themselves to the following general purposes: Providing services and benefits to member attorneys to enable their successful practice of law; Promoting a legal and judicial system where the rights of all persons can be asserted, defined and protected; Rendering assistance to the various courts before which we practice, thereby helping to improve the quality of justice; Developing mutual trust and confidence among the members of the Bar, between the Bench and the Bar, and between the Bar and the community at large; Educating the public on legal matters; Striving for the highest standards of ethical conduct; Ensuring quality continuing legal programs for the members; Providing legal representation of the indigent.