Calendar of Events

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VIDEO REPLAY

When: Aug 1, 14 12:00 - Aug 2, 14 12:00

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LCBA DIVERSITY COMMITTEE MEETING

When: Aug 7, 14 5:30 - Aug 7, 14 6:30

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YOUNG LAWYERS SECTION MEETING

When: Aug 12, 14 5:30 - Aug 12, 14 7:30

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NO BOARD MEETING IN AUGUST

When: Aug 13, 14 4:30 - Aug 13, 14 5:30

Board of Managers Meeting

When: Aug 13, 14 5:30 - Aug 13, 14 7:30

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LCBA HISTORY COMMITTEE MEETING

When: Aug 14, 14 12:00 - Aug 14, 14 1:00

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FAMILY LAW SECTION MEETING

When: Aug 19, 14 5:30 - Aug 19, 14 7:30

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SOLO AND SMALL FIRM SECTION MEETING

When: Aug 20, 14 12:00 - Aug 20, 14 1:00

NO CIVIL LITIGATION SECTION MEETING(IS NOW 9/17/14)

When: Aug 20, 14 5:30 - Aug 20, 14 6:30

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ISBA/LCBA MEDIATION 2.0 CLE

When: Aug 21, 14 10:45 - Aug 21, 14 12:45

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VIDEO REPLAY

When: Aug 22, 14 12:00 - Aug 23, 14 12:00

HUNGER INITIATIVE

When: Aug 22, 14 8:30 - Aug 22, 14 12:00

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Welcome to the Lake County Bar Association Website

The Lake County Bar Association (Indiana) continues to serve as the standard by which integrity, honor and courtesy is measured. Founded in 1986, the Lake County Bar continues to create and strengthen relationships between those in the legal profession and those of other related professions and businesses.

In addition to the opportunities and events, the Lake County Bar Association serves as a comprehensive resource, providing information regarding legal advice and counsel.

The Lake County Bar Association website serves as an online resource for those looking for more information regarding the Lake County, Indiana legal community. Among its pages you will find a member directory, a directory of area legal institutions, links for lawyers and the public, as well as a calendar of events.

For more information on how to contact the Lake County Bar Association, please visit the Contact Us page.

 

 

MISSION STATEMENT

To cultivate the science of jurisprudence, promote reforms in the law, facilitate the administration of justice, elevate the standard of integrity, honor and courtesy in the legal profession, discourage and prohibit the illegal and unethical practice of law, cherish the spirit of congeniality among the members of the legal profession, and to foster and preserve a relationship of trust and respect between lawyers and the greater community.

 

 

If you are low income, have a civil (NOT CRIMINAL) legal problem and can’t afford a lawyer, please contact the NWI Volunteer Lawyers, Inc. at (219) 945-1799 or visit their website at www.nwivolunteerlawyers.org

 For basic legal information and advice online, please log into:  http://www.inlegalanswers.org