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2017 Stark County Courthouse Bicentennial Celebration

Sponsorship Opportunities

The Stark County Bar Association

is proud to offer On-Line SELF STUDY CLE programs. Click for more information

Our Vision & Mission

The Stark County Bar Association was founded in 1900 and has proudly served the Stark County community for more than 100 years. The purpose of the Stark County Bar Association is to work for the general good of the community, to improve the administration of the law in the interests of the public, to promote good relations among the members of the bar, and to further the professional interests of our members.

Our staff is here to serve the members of the association and look forward to working with you. Please feel free to contact the bar office if you ever have any questions. This is what we are here for.

Leadership in Transition

Canton City Law Director, Joseph Martuccio, took office as President of the Stark County Bar Association when his one-year term began on July 1st.   Attorney Martuccio became the 99th President, succeeding former president, Honorable C. Roland Centrone.  At the Installation Luncheon held on June 29th the Association’s Elected Officers and Members were sworn in for the 2016-2017 term.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

2017 Law Day

The Stark County Bar Association will hold its annual Law Week May 1st – May 5th.  We will sponsor a wide variety of student contests including a Poster Contest, Essay Contest, Moot Court Competition and offer a Tour de Courts to give students an opportunity to learn and visit our different Stark County Courts.  We will also present the prestigious Liberty Bell Award during our Law Day Luncheon.  For forms and further information click above.

Bar for the Course

The SCBA’s Young Lawyers Committee sponsored “Bar for the Course” this past June at The Canton Brewing Company.  The event benefited The First Tee of Canton.

2016 Law, Love & Chocolate

The 6th Annual Law, Love & Chocolate Event took place on February 4, 2016 at The Historic Onesto in downtown Canton.  The co-sponsored event by the Stark County Bar Association and The University of Akron Law School Alumni Association was attend by 350 people who helped raise proceeds that benefited Pegasus Farm.  The beneficiary, Pegasus Farm in Hartville, Ohio, is a premier therapeutic equestrian center devoted to maximizing the potential of persons with disabilities to become independent, well-rounded, self-confident individuals through equine activities and recreational, social and vocational support.  We thank all of the volunteers, sponsors, and everyone who attended this event!

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