Upcoming CLE Dates
Mark your calendars and save the dates for CCBA's CLE Dates:September 26, 2014; and December 12, 2014
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PSU Dickinson School of Law Clinic has MOVED
As of July 21, 2014, the Penn State Dickinson School of Law Clinics
returned to their former location at 45 N. Pitt Street in Carlisle.
The Community Law Clinic will continue to provide free legal representation
for low income members of the community in the areas of family law
(custody, support, divorce, domestic violence, adoption, etc.), as well as social security and supplemental security income claims, guardianships, special
education, American with Disabilities Act claims, civil rights actions, etc.
The Children’s Advocacy Clinic has also moved back to the Pitt Street office. The Children’s
Advocacy Clinic receives court appointments to represent children in dependency cases.
The address for both law clinics is: 45 N. Pitt Street, Carlisle, PA 17013.
The phone numbers have not changed:
? Clinics’ Phone: 717-243-2968
? Community Law Clinic Fax:
? Children’s Advocacy Clinic Fax:
Cumberland County Bar Association Announces New President
Ivo V. Otto III, Esquire was installed as President of the Cumberland County Bar Association for the year 2014.
2013 Clerk of Court's Fee Schedule
Open the attached file to access the 2013 Clerk of Court's Fee Schedule.
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Do you need an attorney?
The Cumberland County Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Service program has been serving the needs of the community since 1997. The Cumberland County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service can connect you with an attorney’s office to schedule an initial consultation. Our attorneys are required to be licensed and actively engaged in the practice of law in Cumberland County (PA) and in good standing with the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and act in compliance with the Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct. While our service does not directly employ attorneys or provide free legal advice, we would be pleased to match you with an attorney who is conveniently located and qualified to handle your specific legal matter.
If you would like a referral to a Cumberland County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service lawyer, call the Cumberland County Bar Association office at : (717) 249-3166 or PA toll free 1-800 990-9108 (Extension 102) between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and ask for the Lawyer Referral Service.
See the Lawyer Referral Services tab on the left for additional information.
JANUARY 26, 2011 MARKED THE CCBA'S 110TH YEAR
The Cumberland County Bar Association was formed on January 26, 1901, and later incorporated on December 29, 1994. Its purpose is to promote education, fellowship, and ethics among local lawyers and to foster public awareness of the legal system and the individual's rights and responsibilities under our system.
CCBA Pro Bono Program Fundraiser
The Cumberland County Bar Foundation has available for sale a Thermo-O-Tote that keeps food HOT or COLD; it can be used for grocery shopping, travel, work, parties, sports events or at the beach. The cost is $10.00. See the attached order form. All proceeds will support the CCBA Pro Bono Program. The Cumberland County Bar Foundation is a Not For Profit 501C3 organization.
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Know your Credit Rights Campaign
The Cumberland County Bar Association (CCBA) along with the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA)and 32 other counties have launched a new credit rights public education campaign. As part of the campaign, the associations are distributing a free “Know Your Credit Rights” brochure with information on the new federal rules designed to help protect credit card users. A copy of the brochure is available from the CCBA office or on the PBA’s website at http:/www.pabar.org/clips/knowyourcreditrights.pdf
For the PBA News Release on the Campaign go to on the web: