The Capital Area Bar Association is a 80 year old organization of lawyers in metropolitan Jackson, Mississippi. Membership is open to any lawyer, judge or presiding judge who is a member in good standing of any state or federal bar and has an interest in the work of our organization. For more information, check out the links in the footer.
There are many opportunities for you to get involved. We look forward to your participation.
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While the 2013 regular session should be remembered for its education reforms, the reality is that much post-session analysis has focused on what did not pass.
Recounting the life and irreversible impact of Medgar Evers on the eve of the 50th anniversary of his death
Summary of CABA's past 12 months and a presidential farewell.
From recent CABA events, including the Spring Social, Golf Tournament, Wills for Heroes, and more.
Philip Thomas reflects on four years of legal bloggins
A profile of Judge Ceola James
A reflection on a controversial bill and the Mississippi Constitution
The risks of using Google
Do you ever wonder why the world is so crazy? I know I do.
A recap of CABA's Second Annual Diversity CLE
Each year CABA sends its Secretary-Treasurer to the Bar Leadership Institute in Chicago