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80+ Artists Display Work at 2016 Courting Art Exhibition
THANKS FOR ANOTHER GREAT EXHIBITION! OUR EXHIBITION IS NOW CLOSED.

Our 2016 theme, "MONTCO IN MOTION" challenged local artists to explore and celebrate active lifestyles, community happenings and Montgomery County's rich, recreational assets.  "Bright, uplifting" entries that appeal to children and families were encouraged and local artists again responded in a big way.  Thanks to participating artists and sponsors, over 80 artists in total had their work on display at this year's Courting Art Exhibition. Look for new prize winning art - Coming to our Family Court Conciliators Building this summer! 

Click here for more information, including a list of prize-winning entries.

Diversity Committee Hosts a Day in Court

The MBA's Diversity Committee recently held its 5th Annual Day in Court Program at the Montgomery County Court House.  Over 60 students from Norristown Area High School visited the courthouse to observe live court proceedings.  Judges, members of the bar, and local dignitaries then discussed our legal system and shared their personal success stories.  Students then enjoyed lunch at One Montgomery Plaza, where they were joined by County Commissioners Dr. Valerie Arkoosh and Joseph C. Gale.  Read More››

Local Legal Community Comes Together to Celebrate Law Day



Norristown, PA - On Friday, April 29, 2016, the MBA hosted its annual Law Day celebration, joining a nationwide effort to celebrate the role of law in our society and to cultivate a deeper understanding of the legal profession. During the ceremony, the MBA honored newly admitted members of the Bar, winners of the Montgomery County High School Mock Trial Competition, recipients of Public Service Awards, and others. Following the ceremony, the festivities continued with a complimentary buffet luncheon at the MBA Building.  Read More››

MBA Members Lend a Hand on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service

Ambler, PA – For the past three years, the Montgomery Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section has honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by participating in the National Day of Service, celebrated each year on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. On Monday, January 18, 2016, the Young Lawyers Section partnered with the MBA’s Diversity Committee and volunteered their time at the Inter-Faith Housing Alliance (I-FHA) in Ambler, PA.  Over 25 attorneys, friends, and family answered the call to service and completed three large painting projects at I-FHA’s facility.  

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Judges and Lawyers Dedicate Their Time and Talent to Teach Civics at Norristown Middle Schools

Norristown, PA - For the past five school years, lawyers and judges throughout Montgomery County have been teaming up to bring civics education to Norristown area middle schools.  The Montgomery Bar Association’s (MBA) volunteer-based Liberty & Law program was designed to help area youth understand the justice system, appreciate the constitution and understand the rights and laws that affect their daily lives. Read More››

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