Times have changed over the course of our 150 years, but the Cincinnati Bar Association’s mission remains the same: to promote professional excellence, foster justice, serve our members, and educate the public.
With that spirit in mind, please join us by participating in a robust pro bono and community service challenge to help commemorate the CBA’s 150th Anniversary and make an impact in our community.
Give back and make an impact in our community when you volunteer for CBA In Service.
Every member of our legal community who participates in CBA In Service will be recognized in the following ways:
For more information or to report your hours, please contact LaDonna Wallace Smith, Director of Community Engagement at 513-699-1392 or email@example.com
The Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) recruits, trains and supports volunteer attorneys who provide access to justice for low-income individuals who do not have the resources to pay for legal representation.
PBPO provides free business and transactional legal services to nonprofit social service organizations serving the disadvantaged or enhancing the quality of life in neighborhoods in the Cincinnati and Dayton areas.
Pro Seniors is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping seniors maximize their independence and quality of life through legal and long-term care advocacy, outreach, and education.
Join us for one day of hands-on community service work at three separate locations. Volunteers may choose to stay the entire time or part of the time. Simply select from the options below and register.
Youth Court uses positive peer pressure to ensure that young people who have committed minor offenses pay the community back and receive the help they need to avoid further involvement in the justice system. A Judge will preside over two of the four hearings on each hearing date.
Join the Black Lawyers Association of Cincinnati (BLAC) at the Black Family Reunion as volunteers offer free legal clinics on the Justice Bus.
Consider starting your journey as a ProKids Court Appointed Special Advocates. In just 10 hours a month, you too can speak up for a child, helping them to heal from their trauma and move toward a brighter future.