About the Orange County Bar Association

 

History

Founded in 1933, the Orange County Bar Association has been the primary vehicle for area attorneys to meet, exchange information related to their legal specialty areas, and provide valuable legal and community services to residents in surrounding communities. The OCBA is proud to claim members who have achieved regional, state and national recognition for their professionalism, integrity, knowledge and just application of the law. The OCBA is a 3,500-member voluntary association in Orlando, Florida.

 

Mission Statement

  • To promote honor, dignity, truth and professionalism within the legal community;
  • To promote improvements in the law and aid in the administration of justice;
  • To enhance the delivery of and access to quality legal services;
  • To educate the public about the legal system;
  • To provide for an inclusive bar; and
  • To promote camaraderie, a forum for discussion on issues pertaining to the legal system and education for its members.
 

Today

The OCBA continues to build on its history and reputation as a vital organization that serves the needs and interests of its members and the community by welcoming the participation of attorneys and other legal professionals in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. Both current and new members will appreciate the wide variety of programs, committees and public service opportunities that will enhance their career and personal goals. We invite you to browse our website and discover the benefits of belonging to the Orange County Bar Association.

 

OCBA Bylaws

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