The Broome County Bar Association, located in Binghamton, New York, was incorporated
on April 23, 1906. The objectives of the Association are to:
- advance the science of jurisprudence,
- promote reforms in the law,
- facilitate the administration of justice,
- serve the public,
- elevate the standards of integrity, honor and competence in the legal profession
and particularly of the practicing lawyer,
- and promote a spirit of collegiality among its members.
We provide information and services to our 475 regular and 80 associate members
and the legal community, and the general public, such as:
- Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
- Recognition and awards,
- Committees which deal with substantive law, the courts and special programs,
- Information on professional standards through our Professional Ethics and
Grievance Committees, which promote the highest standards of professional
- The Bar Notes, a monthly publication for our membership, and
- Lawyer Referral Services, a program designed to assist the members of the
general public in locating attorneys suited to their individual legal needs.
We hope you will find this site useful, but if you can't find what you are
looking for, please contact us for more information.
(607) 724-4085 (fax)