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1. Akron Bar Association - he Akron Bar Association is dedicated to improving the administration of law and justice by fostering community service, educating the Bar, improving public understanding of the law and justice system, and promoting the integrity of the profession.
2. Cincinnati Bar Association - Cincinnati Bar Association has addressed and served the needs of the Cincinnati community.
3. Cleveland Bar Association - The Cleveland Bar Association and its charitable Foundation have legal education programs for both attorneys and the public, a lawyer referral service for those who need to find an attorney, professional development opportunities for members, and other services that promote the ethical practice of law.
4. Columbus Bar Association - The Columbus Bar Association Website shows information on membership, Columbus Bar Directory, CLE and Educaiton, News and Photos, Programs and schedules.
5. Cuyahoga County Bar Association - Serving Attorneys and Consumers in the Clevela - The Cuyahoga County Bar Association (CCBA) serves attorneys and consumers in the Cleveland metropolitan area with continuing legal education programs, the Lawyer Referral and Information Service and more.
6. DAYTON BAR ASSOCIATION - The Dayton Bar Association, founded in 1883, has a long history of serving Dayton's legal community.
7. Lake County Bar Association - The Lake County Bar Association Serves the greater Cleveland area including, Mentor, Eastlake, Painesville, Wickliffe, Willoughby, Willowick and Mentor-on-the-lake.
8. Lorain County Bar Association - The Lorain County Bar Association is a non-profit corporation. The purpose of the Bar Association includes the following: maintaining the honor and dignity of the legal profession, aiding the administration of justice, providing continuing legal education to attorneys.
9. Welcome to the OSBA web site - The Ohio State Bar Association, founded in 1880, is a voluntary professional association open to any person who has been admitted to the practice of law. Law school students and paralegals/legal assistants are eligible for membership in the OSBA as associate members.

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