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Corporate Counsel Associations

State Bar Corporate Counsel Sections and Committees USA

The Section promotes the objects of the Association
and serves the needs of attorneys who focus their practice on a single or small
group of corporate clients, or who serve as in-house counsel for a corporation
or business entity. It promotes professionalism, excellence, and understanding
and cooperation among those attorneys engaged in this area of practice.

Our organization fulfills its mission by providing
information, products, services and programs that support the professional and
personal growth and development of California
in-house counsel. We strive to meet the needs of the "whole" in-house
lawyer not just his/her need to know the law. For details, see About the
Committee, Core Legal Services and Benefits of the Committee.

Our organization fulfills its mission by providing
information, products, services and programs that support the professional and
personal growth and development of California
in-house counsel. We strive to meet the needs of the "whole" in-house
lawyer not just his/her need to know the law. For details, see About the
Committee, Core Legal Services and Benefits of the Committee.

The Association has since been dedicated to the
continuing education of its members as well as public service programs and
improvement of the administration of justice. For years, Association
headquarters were housed in the offices of the then current presidents.

The section is a specialized Bar section involved
in a wide range of activities beneficial to lawyers interested in the legal
practice areas of corporation, finance, or securities law. These activities are
designed to facilitate your professional growth and networking with fellow Bar
members. The section's purposes are to: advance the professional development
and competence of section members by offering educational programs and
publications in the substantive law fields of corporations, finance, and
securities law. keep section members informed of changes and developments in
the relevant law and to publish information on those subjects. monitor
legislative and regulatory developments and to comment on issues within the
section's expertise and jurisdiction. provide a forum for discussion of
subjects pertaining to the legal practice areas of corporation, finance, and
securities law. provide other services to section members consistent with the
D.C. Bar Section Guidelines. fulfill the Bar's commitment to public service and
community outreach.

The Corporate Counsel Law Section is comprised of
State Bar members engaged in corporate law practice with corporations,
associations and law firms. The Section annually sponsors a two-day Corporate
Counsel Institute covering topics of interest to corporate counsel and also
co-sponsors an annual holiday party with the Atlanta Bar Association Corporate
Counsel Section

The Business & Corporate Law Section was
created to enhance the skills of its members, and to serve the interests of the

This ISBA Section web page is designed to provide
members of the Corporate Counsel Section a reference for section activities and
to encourage other members of the ISBA to join the section.

The Manitoba Bar Association is a branch of the
Canadian Bar Association, which is an organization of lawyers formed to provide
support by the profession to the profession, so that it may better serve its
members and the public.

Maricopa County Bar Association (MCBA) has been the
largest voluntary bar association in Arizona.
As one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the nation, Maricopa County is full of unique opportunites --
and unique challenges. Our 4,500 members have joined together to create a
supportive environment in which every attorney is offered tools and
opportunities for professional growth.

This section is comprised of in-house counsel and
attorneys in private practice engaged in the corporate practice of law. The
section provides a common forum for exchanging ideas. It promotes and provides
continuing education and promotes social interaction and discussion among
members through regularly scheduled luncheons, receptions and an annual
meeting. A membership directory is distributed to all members.

New England Corporate Counsel Association, Inc.
(NECCA) is a group of in-house counsel from Massachusetts
and other New England states. The organization
meets each month from September through June to discuss issues and legal topics
of common interest, to share resources and to network.

The Corporate Counsel Section of the New York State
Bar Association is comprised of more than 1,600 attorneys who serve as in-house
counsel to corporations and other business entities, as well as attorneys in
law firms, government, and academic institutions. The Section members collaborate
on activities that enhance the role of in-house corporate counsel as
contributing members and leaders of their communities, the legal profession and
the Bar Association, and provide a medium for cooperation, encouragement and
assistance in the resolution of problems common to them and the legal
profession, to their mutual benefit and the benefit of the membership of the
Bar Association, the legal profession at large, the substantive body of law in
New York, and the general administration of justice throughout the state.

The Corporate Counsel Section membership is limited
to full-time, in-house counsel. The section sponsors three regional meetings
each year in addition to an annual meeting.

Corporate Counsel News is produced by the Ohio
State Bar Association Corporate Counsel Section. The OSBA publishes 10
committee and section newsletters. For more information about Corporate Counsel
News, contact David Keenan at NiSource Corporate Services Company.

The Oklahoma Bar Association, headquartered in Oklahoma City, is a nonprofit organization created by the
Oklahoma Supreme Court to advance the administration of justice and to foster
and maintain learning, integrity, competence, public service and high standards
of conduct among Oklahoma's
legal community. The association has approximately 11,000 active attorneys in Oklahoma and a total
membership of more than 15,000. The OBA provides education and development
programs for the legal profession and the public. The bar and its members are
committed to serving the public by making sure the voices of all people in Oklahoma are heard in
our justice system.

Members Resources

As a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, you
have the opportunity to join sections — smaller, more specialized groups
focusing on particular areas of law practice. Sections were established by the
TBA Board of Governors to investigate, discuss and evaluate trends and
activities in specialized areas and make appropriate recommendations to the
Board of Governors regarding legislation and to provide continuing legal
education in regard to specialized areas of the law. Each section offers a
variety of educational opportunities, publications and networking
opportunities. Many sections now offer their members electronic networking
capability through TBA’s section e-forums.

The Corporate Counsel Section State Bar of Texas
serves in-house counsel and their private practice legal advisors in the
multiple disciplines involved in representing business entities.

The Corporate Counsel Section has been established
pursuant to the Bylaw of the Utah State Bar.

The Section's primary goals are to facilitate
communication and the exchange of information and ideas among Virginia attorneys who work in an in-house
setting and to represent in-house attorneys' interests with the Virginia State

The purpose of the Corporate Counsel Section is to
further the objectives of The Virginia Bar Association and to bring together
inside counsel and other VBA members with a special interest in issues of
corporate governance.

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