The Bar Association was formally organized on June 19, 1914. This photo was taken on October 1, 1914, at a testimonial dinner for Circuit Court Judge George S. Silzer and Prosecutor W. Edwin Florance at the Hotel Klein in New Brunswick. Click here to see the text of the Bar Association's Original Constitution.
On May 14, 2004, the MCBA and MCBF opened its newly renovated building in New Brunswick. Cutting the ribbon were then MCBA President Dennis Estis, Assignment Judge Robert Longhi, Chief Federal Court Judge Jack Bissell, NJ Supreme Court Associate Justice Barry Albin and MCBF President Dennis Auciello.
The Middlesex County Bar Association
(MCBA) is a professional association committed to serving the Middlesex
County legal community and the general public. The MCBA seeks to
enhance member satisfaction by providing a variety of services that
stimulate professional growth and personal contacts, assist in the
practice of law and provide opportunity for meaningful public service.
MCBA Original Constitution (June 19, 1914)
Bar Membership (Membership Categories and Dues Schedule)
Goals & Mission Statement
Calendar of Events
Officers | Trustees | Past Presidents
Programs & Services - The MCBA has a variety of programs and services designed to meet the diverse needs of our membership.
Committees & Sections - We
all need to know and meet with other lawyers engaged in like practices.
Committee and Section membership is an ideal way to keep yourself
informed and one of the reasons why so many attorneys join the
Association. Committee participation offers you an opportunity to play
an active role in shaping events which influence your practice and the
profession, and also provides a social setting in which to share ideas
and to hear speakers with expertise in your field.
Middlesex County Bar Foundation - The Middlesex County Bar Foundation was created in 1991 as the
charitable arm of the Bar Association. It is a 501(c)(3), non-profit
organization whose primary purpose is to provide law-related educational
services and programs to the community and law school grants and loans
to Middlesex County students, and to foster respect for the legal
profession by the general public.