Chattanooga Bar Association
Founded in 1897, the Chattanooga Bar Association (CBA) was originally formed in order to create a law library for the lawyers of Chattanooga following the destruction of several local attorneys’ offices, including their law books, in a fire. Since the turn of the 20th century, the CBA’s focus has shifted from building a law library to furthering the legal profession in Chattanooga. One way that the Chattanooga Bar Association ensures that it is able to effectively improve Chattanooga’s legal community is by opening up its membership to not only lawyers, but also to paralegals, legal staff, and law students, thereby reaching out to all of the local legal community.
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Attorneys that belong to the CBA benefit from the many different services that the Chattanooga Bar Association provides. Members of the CBA that need continuing legal education credits often obtain these credits by either attending live courses or watching online seminars through the Chattanooga Bar University, which is a continuing legal education venture that is partly run by the Chattanooga Bar Association. The CBA also helps its members to obtain new clients by allowing them to advertise as a part of its CLIPS lawyer-referral program.
Contact the Chattanooga Bar Association:
801 Broad Street, Suite 420
Chattanooga, TN 37402 423-756-3222