The Berks County Bar Association
The Berks County Bar Association, a non-profit organization of nearly 650 Berks County attorneys, offers its members numerous opportunities for professional development and helps deliver the services of member attorneys to the community. We hope you will explore our site and discover all we have to offer.
The Berks County Bar Association offers the following Services to its members and to the Public.
Continuing Legal Education
The Berks County Bar Association's CLE program offers over thirty accredited ethics and substantive courses annually. In fact as many of our members will attest, the annual savings on (state required) CLE courses alone often will exceed the cost of BCBA Membership.
Sections and Committees
More than twenty-five committees and eleven sections provide members the opportunity to participate actively in the Association. Each committee and section addresses a specific area of the legal profession. All provide invaluable opportunities for networking, and personal and professional growth.
The Berks County Bar Association offers a variety of publications to its members and the public.
In keeping with our tradition of promoting fellowship among our colleagues, social events are hosted by several sections and committees throughout the year. Highlights of the social calendar include the Annual Meeting, Bench-Bar Conference, Legal Spirits Happy Hour, Clambake/Picnic, Sporting Events and other group outings.