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McClain Honored

On Tuesday evening, December 1st, the Montgomery Bar Association paid homage to member C. Dale McClain, Esq., immediate past president of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, by unveiling his portrait, which will hang prominently and indefinitely in the Bar Building in Norristown.  McClain is an active chair of the Financial Planning and PBA Liaison committees, a former president of the Montgomery Bar Association (1990), and the first Montgomery County lawyer to serve as PBA president since Desmond J. McTighe held the office in 1963.  A solo practitioner with offices in Haverford and Worcester, PA, he is also the first solo practitioner to serve as president of the State Bar.   McClain is a graduate of Villanova University and Villanova Law School and earned his Master of Law in Taxation from Temple Law School. 

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About the Montgomery Bar Association...

Established in 1885 to professionalize the county’s practice of law, the Montgomery Bar Association (MBA) is one of our nation’s oldest and most respected bar associations, representing over 2,100 legal professionals in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.  Now, as then, the MBA exists to uphold legal and ethical standards in our legal community.  As the third largest Bar in Pennsylvania, the MBA has a longstanding tradition of service to its membership and the community.   For members, the MBA offers an important arena for networking, professional development and education.  For the community, the MBA serves as a legal resource offering education, legal assistance and funds and resources for individuals and agencies in need.  The Association is actively engaged in public service through community outreach, free educational events offered throughout the year, programs like the Montgomery Child Advocacy Project, the Mock Trial Competitions for high-school students, and more.  For more information on the Montgomery Bar Association, visit www.montgomerybar.org.