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Newsletters and roster of officers for the Brown County Bar Association.
The Dane County Bar Association shares with the Milwaukee Bar Association the honor of being the oldest bar organization in Wisconsin, both predating the State Bar of Wisconsin by some twenty years. Because it contains the State Capitol, Dane County always has been particularly attractive to lawyers. Some of the leading figures in Wisconsinís legal and political history have been Association members.
Established more than 100 years ago, the Eau Claire County Bar Association has grown to more than 200 reputable voluntary members, including a four-person elected board of officers, and seven-person executive committee. The Eau Claire County Bar consists of attorneys from throughout the Eau Claire area who are devoted to serving the local community.
The Kenosha County Bar Association, Inc. is composed of attorneys and judges who practice in Kenosha County. It has four purposes:
The La Crosse County Bar Association (LCBA) has more than 150 members serving the legal needs of the La Crosse area.
Established in 1858, the mission of the Milwaukee Bar Association is to be an inclusive, equitable, and diverse organization that serves the interests of the lawyers, judges, and the people of Milwaukee County by working to:
Online legal resource for Racine county
The Sauk County Bar Association (SCBA) meets from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. on the second Monday of the month for lunch. From January through March the meeting location varies. From April through December the meeting location is the Driftless Glen Distillery, 300 Water St., Baraboo, Wisconsin.
To inquire or to join the SCBA, contact an association officer. Annual membership dues are: $20. Dues are collected in July as our association year runs from July to June.
Our mission is to promote a legal system whereby the rights and privileges of all persons are asserted and protected. We are dedicated to strengthening public trust in our legal system. We promote high ethical standards, civility, and professionalism amongst all attorneys. We encourage our members to serve the public. As officers of the court, we have an important role in assisting courts in the administration of justice.
The Tri-County Bar Association consists of all interested lawyers in Buffalo, Jackson, Pepin, and Trempealeau Counties, in addition to local judges and associate members by sponsorship.
The Waukesha County Bar Association was established in 1899. The mission of the Waukesha County Bar Association is to promote the interest of the legal profession as a whole in Waukesha County, improve the delivery of legal services in Waukesha County and to do all other things necessary to promote the fair and efficient administration of justice in the State of Wisconsin and Waukesha County.
The Winnebago County Bar Association is an organization of attorneys who live or practice in Winnebago County Wisconsin.