Ohio Bar Associations

Ohio Bar Associations - Statewide

  • Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA), Columbus

  • Ohio Women's Bar Association (OWBA), Dayton
    136 South Keowee Street, Dayton 45402, Phone: (937) 222-5794

    Fosters communication among women attorneys; Helps advance the position of women attorneys; Promotes opportunities available to women attorneys in order to accurately reflect the role of women in a democratic society; Ensures the participation of women attorneys in bar associations; Encourages women to participate in social and political areas that affect the community; Monitors legislation, policies and practices affecting the status of women and opportunities available to women; Coordinates continuing legal education in areas of current interest to the legal profession; Creates networking opportunities to meet prominent individuals and colleagues at programs and meetings; Provides a significant support group, lifelong friendships and valuable professional contacts.

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Ohio Bar Associations - Local

  • Akron Bar Association, Akron

    The Akron Bar Association is dedicated to improving the administration of law and justice by fostering community service, educating the Bar, improving public understanding of the law and justice system, and promoting the integrity of the profession.

  • Allen County Bar Association (ACBA), Lima

    To provide for the care, protection, and mental and physical development of children subject to Chapter 2151 of the Revised Code, whenever possible, in a family environment, separating the child from the child's parents only when necessary for the child's welfare or in the interests of public safety. To provide judicial procedures through which Chapters 2151. and 2152. of the Revised Code are executed and enforced, and in which the parties are assured of a fair hearing, and their constitutional and other legal rights are recognized and enforced.

  • Ashtabula County Bar Association, Ashtabula

    The Ashtabula County Bar Association is comprised of one hundred and thirty attorneys who practice law in and around Ashtabula County, Ohio. Its members practice in a variety of areas, including but not limited to: personal injury, domestic relations, criminal defense, corporate, collections, probate and bankruptcy.

  • Butler County Bar Association, Hamilton

    The Butler County Bar Association is a voluntary association of approximately 400 attorneys who either practice or live in Butler County, Ohio. Hamilton, Ohio is the county seat of Butler County. The communities of Middletown, Fairfield, West Chester, and Oxford are also located in Butler County. Oxford is also the home of Miami University. The purpose of this site is to provide public information concerning the Butler County Bar Association and its activities, and the legal system within Butler County.

  • Cincinnati Bar Association, Cincinnati

    The Cincinnati Bar Association, founded in 1872, is an Ohio not-for-profit corporation, the members of which are attorneys principally practicing in Hamilton County, Ohio. Its mission is to maintain the highest professional standards among attorneys, to enhance the professional competence of attorneys, to improve the administration of justice, to serve the needs of members, and to provide law-related service and education to the public.

  • Clermont County Bar Association, Batavia

    In the 29 years that I have enjoyed the CCBA, a lot of things have changed. More judges, courts, court houses, lawyers. Clermont County has grown in nearly every way. Our association has always been a collegial group, welcoming to young attorneys, or law students, as I was, when I began an internship with the public defender’s office. In addition to willing mentors, I found numerous social activities to encourage assisimilation into the legal community, Softball at McCabe’s, dinner after County Court, Stumps Boast club, golf outings, Goldminer’s, Moonlight Chili to name a few. Indeed, to some extent, practicing in our county was (and remains) a social event, in and of itself. What a great way to begin a practice.

  • Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA), Cleveland
    1375 East 9th Street, Floor 2, Cleveland, OH 44114-1785, Cleveland (216) 696-3525,

    The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA) is a nonprofit organization, operating as a center for legal professionalism in the region and promoting the highest ethical and professionalism standards. It was formed in March 2008 by the consolidation of the Cleveland Bar and Cuyahoga County Bar Associations, which brought together more than 135 years of rich history. Its vision is to advance the greater Cleveland legal community as a world-class center of professional excellence and model of community service.

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  • Columbus Bar Association (CBA), Columbus

    Recognized for presenting cutting-edge programs and services, ensuring equal access to justice, promoting diversity in leadership and building the image of lawyers, Columbus Bar initiatives are modeled by bar associations across the country.

  • Dayton Bar Association (DBA), Dayton

    To ensure that all citizens of the Miami Valley live in a fair and just society, the Dayton Bar Association serves its members and contributes to the quality of life for all who live and work in our community by: Furthering the Understanding and Fair Administration of Justice; Promoting the Public’s Respect for the Law; Promoting Excellence in the Legal Profession; Increasing Access to the Legal System; Supporting the Professional Practice of Law.

  • Erie County Bar Association, Milan

  • Fairfield County Bar Association, Lancaster

    The Fairfield County Bar Association is a voluntary organization of over 140 attorneys of Fairfield County and central Ohio and has the following objectives and purposes: 1. The facilitation of the administration of justice; 2. The presentation of high standards of integrity, honor and dignity in the legal profession; 3. The maintenance of rapport and cooperation with local, state, federal and other bar associations; 4. The cultivation of the spirit of good fellowship among the members.

  • Geauga County Bar Association, Chardon

    The purpose of the Geauga County Bar Association is to "foster among the legal profession and the community the highest standards of legal practice within Geauga County, the continuing legal education of the members of the Geauga County Bar, the improvement of public relations between members of the Bar Association and Geauga County Community and to provide a forum for social interaction among members of the Bar Association." This is from Article II of the Geauga County Bar Association Constitution.

  • John Mercer Langston Bar Association (JMLBA), Columbus

    The John Mercer Langston Bar Association is Columbus, Ohio's affiliate member of the National Bar Association whose purpose is to be a facilitator for excellence within the legal profession while also encouraging community service for those in need. The JMLBA achieves these goals by providing valuable information, networking opportunities, mentoring opportunities, and CLE programs.

  • Lake County Bar Association, Painesville

    We are proud of our heritage and to have served our communities continuously since 1902.

  • Lorain County Bar Association, Elyria

  • Mahoning County Bar Association (MCBA), Youngstown

    The Mahoning County Bar Association is a not-for-profit voluntary organization comprised of lawyers who practice or office primarily in Mahoning County, Ohio. Lawyers apply for membership into the Bar Association and pay yearly dues which are used to operate the Association. The Mahoning County Bar Association provides invaluable services and benefits to both the legal community and the general public.

  • Medina County Bar Association (MCBA), Medina

    The Medina County Bar Association (MCBA) seeks to promote public understanding of the legal system and the role of lawyers as well as to promote a spirit of professionalism and collegiality among its members. The Medina County Bar Association is also committed to supporting community groups and charitable organizations. The Association and many of its members contribute their time as well as finances to a variety of charities, including those that are closely related to the legal field.

  • Norman S. Minor Bar Association (NSMBA), Cleveland
    P.O. Box 5691, Cleveland 44101, Phone: 216-200-7102

    The objectives of the Association shall be to advance the science of jurisprudence, improve the administration of justice, preserve the independence and enhance the quality of the judiciary in our community; to encourage increased communication among the members of Greater Cleveland's Black legal community; to encourage cooperation among lawyers; to facilitate the exchange of vital information whether it be economic, political or professional; to promote legislation that will improve the economic condition of all citizens regardless of age, race, gender, creed or sexual orientation_in their efforts to secure a free and untrammeled use of the franchise guaranteed by the Constitutions of the State of Ohio and' the United States of America; to protect the civil and political rights of the citizens of Greater Cleveland and to enhance the image of Black lawyers.

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  • Stark County Bar Association (SCBA), Canton

    The Stark County Bar Association was founded in 1900 and has proudly served the Stark County community for more than 100 years. The purpose of the Stark County Bar Association is to work for the general good of the community, to improve the administration of the law in the interests of the public, to promote good relations among the members of the bar, and to further the professional interests of our members.

  • Toledo Bar Association (TBA), Toledo

    The mission of the Toledo Bar Association is to provide outstanding service to our members and to assist them in serving our profession and the community. To make our association indispensable to the bench and bar and to preserve and promote Toledo as a unique place to practice law in a culture of camaraderie, collegiality, competence and mutual trust.

  • Trumbull County Bar Association (TCBA), Warren

    The Trumbull County Bar Association was founded in 1879 by it's first president, George M. Tuttle. It has grown to its present size of 450 members It's offices were in the Trumbull County Courthouse until 1997 when it moved to Harmon St., in Warren, Ohio.

  • Warren County Bar Association, Lebanon

  • West Shore Bar Association (WSBA), Cleveland
    P.O. Box 110366, Cleveland 44111,

    The WSBA was formed to advance the system of jurisprudence; to assist in the safeguard and to improve the administration of justice; to promote reforms in the law which are for the benefit of the courts, the legal profession and of the public; to foster and to strengthen the relationship among members of the bar and between the Municipal Courts of Rocky River and Lakewood, the bar and the public generally;

  • Wood County Bar Association (WCBA), Bowling Green

    The Wood County Bar Association is a group of attorneys and judicial officers residing in and/or practicing in Wood County, Ohio. Eligible members are in good standing and licensed in the State of Ohio. This group of lawyers works together to promote reform in the law, facilitate the administration of justice, elevate the standard of integrity, honor, courtesy and professionalism in the legal field. The Bar Association promotes a spirit of common purpose and comraderie among members of the legal profession.


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