ACBA Mission Statement

ACBA Mission Statement

To empower our members; promote a just, accessible, and inclusive judicial system; and serve the community at large.

ACBA Value Statements

To be an invaluable resource to the legal profession and the community by:

  • Fostering a culture of unbiased collegiality, ethics, and professionalism;
  • Championing equality, diversity, and inclusion in the profession;
  • Promoting equal access to legal and other law related services; and
  • Enhancing the success of our members through education, networking, leadership, and professional development.

Adopted Jan. 8, 2019 by ACBA Board of Governors

Organizational Overview

Founded in 1870, the Allegheny County Bar Association is the professional trade association of attorneys, judges, paralegals and legal administrators with offices primarily located in Allegheny County and surrounding counties. With more than 5,000 members, the ACBA offers continuing legal education seminars, membership benefits and services, networking opportunities and meeting space for more than 70 Committees, Divisions and Sections that address issues impacting the legal profession.

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