The Albany County Bar Association's more than 1,300 members represent a broad spectrum of the legal community such as solo and small firms, corporate and public sector attorneys, judges and court personnel. Founded in 1900 to promote collegiality among the bench and bar, the ACBA has since undertaken many projects and programs that enhance the mission of the ACBA.
Through the ACBA's Pro Bono Department, social and philanthropic events, and CLE offerings, the ACBA works diligently and consistently to enhance the member experience and offer benefits and services to the community.
Although the ACBA and the practice of law has changed over the past one hundred plus years, the goals of the ACBA remain the same: to offer a high level valuable experience to our members while providing exceptional services to the community. The Albany County Bar Association is dedicated to the profession of law, and works tirelessly to promote and enhance the legal community both inside and outside of the courtroom.