Wake County Bar Association
Founded in 1925, the Wake County Bar Association (WCBA) serves as the voluntary bar association for the 10th Judicial District of North Carolina. The WCBA strives to improve its members and Wake County’s legal community on a professional level through enhancing the spirit of community among the local attorneys, promoting the legal profession in Wake County, educating local residents about the judicial system, and further the professional interests of its members. Only lawyers working in Wake County may join as full-time members, though a lesser level of membership is available to law students that reside in the county.
The WCBA is very active in reaching out to the local community. Local high school students are given the opportunity to discuss various laws and the judicial system with members of the Wake County Bar Association at the annual Rule of Law High School Conference. Additionally, the WCBA provides non-legal aid to local residents through various community service events, such as food drives for local food banks and raising money for local charities.
Aside from supporting Wake County’s residents, the Wake County Bar Association also makes several efforts to be beneficial to its members. Lawyers belonging to the WCBA never miss being able to get free continuing legal education credits at various educational presentations that the association hosts throughout the year. The Wake County Bar Association provides its members with several ways to network with one another, including intramural sports leagues and annual social events such as the October oyster roast and barbecue.
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Contact the Wake County Bar Association:
8000 Weston Pkwy #220
Cary, NC 27513