Become a Member of the Butler County Bar Association

To qualify for bar association membership in Butler County, lawyers must meet the following criteria:

    Section 1: ELIGIBILITY: Any member in good standing of the Bar of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania may become a member of the Association if: (a) he or she either maintains a primary office in Butler County, Pennsylvania, for the practice of law, (b) is employed in Butler County, PA, in the legal profession, or (c) resides in Butler County, PA.  
    A “primary” office shall mean that a lawyer spends at least 50% of his or her professional  time at such office. Applications for admissions shall be reviewed by the Executive Committee prior to the motion for admission being made pursuant to Section 2 below and the Executive Committee shall make a recommendation to the Association regarding the applicant’s satisfaction of one or more of the criteria for eligibility indicated above.

Benefits of  Membership:

There is tremendous benefit being among others who understand your challenges and opportunities. 

BCBA is your resource for education and advocacy.

  • Support and Networking opportunities to assist in running of your business
  • A collaborative voice for advocacy regarding state and federal laws impacting the legal profession
  • Promotion of your practice on - Please see our full Membership Listing page for more information
  • Educational opportunities both locally developed through PBI
  • Low cost participation in marketing and promotional programs to help grow your business

Membership Application Form

To apply for bar association membership please view/print Bar Association Membership Application and return to the BCBA office.

If you have any questions, please call the bar office at 724.841.0130 or E-mail Janis Hackett