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About the Palm Beach County Bar Association

The Palm Beach County Bar Association was founded in 1922. The mission is to serve its members, foster professionalism and enhance the public’s understanding and awareness of the legal system. We are very active in providing numerous public service activities and giving back to the community.

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18Feb

Bench Bar Conference Registration Now Open for Attorneys and Staff

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The 2015 Palm Beach County Bench Bar Conference aims to appeal to both new and veteran attendees.  Among the highlights... Read More
17Feb

Court News – More Changes on the Way

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Judge Howard Coates will start on February 20 in Division FJ/IJ. The Chief Judge has received resignation letters from Judge... Read More
06Feb

Did you miss the Justice Sonia Sotomayor Luncheon?

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What a great event as the PBCBA and the Forum Club hosted Justice Sonia Sotomayor to a sold out crowd... Read More
02Jan

JNC Sends Six Names to the Governor to fill the Vacancy of Judge Edward Fine

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The Judicial Nominating Commission for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit takes pleasure in certifying the following nominees to fill the Circuit... Read More

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Need an Attorney?  Contact our Lawyer Referral Service by calling (561) 687-3266.  You can also view our webpage.

Click here for information about our upcoming small claims court clinics.

Mark your calendar for these upcoming events.  Event registrations can be done by clicking on the link (not all are available for registration yet)

  • March 27, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. – Annual Bench Bar Conference
  • April 28, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. – Judicial Reception
  • May 1, 11:45 – 1:00 p.m.  Law Day Luncheon with guest speaker Mark Curriden, attorney and award-winning legal journalist.  Title of his talk “Contempt of Court: A Lynching That Changed the Practice of Law” – the story of Ed Johnson

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