The Bradley County Bar Association is a voluntary, professional membership organization of licensed attorneys with law offices in Cleveland, Tennessee, the county seat of Bradley County. Our attorneys not only serve clients in Bradley County, but in all counties comprising the Tenth Judicial District. That District includes the courts in Bradley County and those in Polk County, McMinn County, and Monroe County, Tennessee. Many of our member lawyers also serve clients with matters in various other counties, including Hamilton County courts, and those in Meigs County, Knox County, Rhea County, and federal courts such as all U.S. District Courts, U.S. Bankruptcy courts, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. Supreme Court, and all appellate courts of Tennessee, including the Tennessee Supreme Court.
Our members are dedicated to improving the standards of the legal profession. We do it through fostering professionalism, integrity, leadership, volunteerism in local charities as well as in administrative activities in the county courts. We are active in pro bono services to the community, education of the public through community legal forums, and continuing legal education seminars for attorneys. Our activities and services provide us with opportunities that promote fellowship among our members.
Meetings and Membership:
All licensed attorneys and those persons who have graduated law school, taken the bar exam awaiting results for license to practice in Tennessee, are invited to join our membership. Membership is on an annual basis with yearly membership dues. The Bradley County Bar Association meets once a month for our regular business meetings at the Elks Lodge in Cleveland, Tennessee, and each meeting includes a complimentary, catered buffet dinner. Meetings often include approved Continuing Legal Education seminars, all as part of the membership perks. For more information, contact our current President or Treasurer (their contact information is on the “Officers” section of our website).