Capital City Lawyers Association
The Capital City Lawyers Association (CCLA) was founded as a bar association for African-American lawyers working in the state capital of North Carolina, Raleigh. Although the CCLA continues to primarily serve the African-American legal community, membership is open to all attorneys that work in Raleigh. As a historically African-American bar association, one of the main goals of the Capital City Lawyers Association is to provide support to the African-American community in Raleigh through various ways, such as participating in Ask A Lawyer days and coordinating mentorship programs with local minority student organizations.
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Another prominent goal of the CCLA is furthering its members� careers. One significant way that the Capital City Lawyers Association aids its members develop professionally is by hosting quarterly mixers at which they are encouraged to network with other lawyers that work in and around Raleigh. The CCLA also regularly puts together continuing legal education classes for its members.
Contact the Capital City Lawyers Association:
Raleigh, NC 27601