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CBA Executive Committee Statement on U.S. Capitol Attack on January 6, 2021


The Cincinnati Bar Association condemns the violent insurrection on our nation’s Capitol.

The upholding of the U.S. Constitution is the duty of every member of the legal community. The right to peaceably assemble and protest is enshrined in the Constitution, but the unlawful actions Wednesday, January 6 are not.

If we as lawyers do not condemn this behavior for its damaging and seditious nature, we are failing one another and our democracy. The CBA stands in support of our Constitution, the rule of law, and the peaceful transition of power between elected leaders.

COVID-19 Postponement Policy

The Cincinnati Bar Association is following the guidance of volunteer leadership and stipulations of the CDC, local agencies and the state of Ohio regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, and operating remotely during this time. All CBA in-person events are postponed. Many practice and interest group meetings, educationals and CLEs are now virtual offerings, and new programs are forthcoming. If you are registered for an upcoming CLE, we will contact you with updated program details. Please contact us at cle@cincybar.org with questions. Anyone registered for a PLI groupcast should contact PLI directly.

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