18077 Bar Association

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Lehigh County Bar Association 1114 Walnut Street Allentown PA 18102 12.9 miles from 18077 610-433-6204

Monroe County PA Bar Association 913 Main Street Stroudsburg PA 18360 28.7 miles from 18077 570-424-7288

Carbon County Bar Association 811 Blakeslee Boulevard Drive East Lehighton PA 18235 30.7 miles from 18077 610-379-4950

Young Lawyers Division of the Philadelphia Bar Association 1101 Market Street Philadelphia PA 19107 42.9 miles from 18077 215-922-2373

New Jersey State Bar Association 1 Constitution Square New Brunswick NJ 08901 43.0 miles from 18077 732-249-5000

Camden County Bar Association 800 Cooper Street Camden NJ 08102 43.6 miles from 18077 856-964-3420

Burlgtn County Bar Association 117 High Street Mount Holly NJ 08060 46.2 miles from 18077 609-261-4542

Union County Bar Association 2 Broad Street Elizabeth NJ 07201 53.9 miles from 18077 908-354-5984

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What is the bar?

The bar is a term generally used to refer to the legal profession. In order to practice law, an attorney must be granted admission to the bar by meeting educational and licensing requirements and passing a bar exam. Admission to the bar is administered by the states.

How to I file a complaint about a lawyer?

Start by contacting the state Bar Association. You may be referred to a grievance committee or a state agency that handles complaints about the professional conduct of lawyers.

Will the Bar Association provide legal advice?

Some Bar Associations have programs or special events for providing free consultations with lawyers on a limited range of legal issues. The advice provided in these settings is usually geared toward explaining a legal process or helping to identify the next steps to take in a legal issue. Some Bar Associations also have programs that offer free legal advice to low-income clients.