Jackson County Bar Association
The Jackson County Bar Association (JCBA) was created to serve the African-American lawyers working and residing in Jackson County and the greater Kansas City metropolitan area. As a predominantly African-American bar association, the JCBA strives to advance the position of African Americans in the legal profession and support the local African-American community, while furthering the professional development of its members and assisting in the administration of justice. Membership to the Jackson County Bar Association is open to all lawyers licensed to practice law anywhere in the United States an all law students currently attending an ABA-accredited law school.
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Members of the JCBA are benefited by their membership in several ways. The Jackson County Bar Association assists its members in finding employment by posting job opening announcements on its website. Lawyers belonging to the JCBA can continue their development as legal professionals by attending educational seminars that the Jackson County Bar Association puts together for its members.
There are a number of ways in which the JCBA also helps the local community. Members of the Jackson County Bar Association regularly assist the JCBA in raising money for local charities. For example, every year, the Jackson County Bar Association awards a scholarship to a deserving law student.
Contact the Jackson County Bar Association:
Kansas City, MO 64141-0184