McLean County Bar Association
Founded in 1831, the McLean County Bar Association (MCBA) has deep roots within the Illinois county that shares its namesake. It began the same year the county’s first judicial circuit court was created. Today, there are more than 275 members in its ranks. The bar association’s goals include, promoting the administration of justice, maintaining the integrity of the legal profession, and meeting the interest of its members.
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The McLean County Bar Association has a publicly accessible membership database. Residents looking for a local attorney can find one through the bar association’s online “Find a Lawyer” directory. MCBA's website also contains a list of useful links to local, state, and federal laws, court houses, and free public legal resources.
Members of the McLean County Bar Association can gain access to a number of benefits. Some of these perks include annual CLE course, a listing in its lawyer referral directory, and even mentoring for those who desire it.
Contact the McLean County Bar Association
P.O. Box 3142, Bloomington, IL 61702