Montgomery Bar Association lawyers gave their time to provide free services for the county's first responders.
First responders do so much to support a community. In Montgomery County, the community wanted to find a way to give back. Established in 1885 to "professionalize the county’s practice of law," the Montgomery Bar Association (MBA) is one of the nation’s oldest bar associations, representing over 2,100 legal professionals in Montgomery County, Pa., according to Jack Costello, marketing manager for the MBA. The MBA decided to use its standing and abilities to give back to the county's first responders in a unique way. "Now, as then, the MBA exists to uphold legal and ethical standards in our legal community," Said Costello. "As the third largest Bar in Pennsylvania, the MBA has a longstanding tradition of service to its membership and the …
Bar Association’s Annual Business Meeting Luncheon marks the installment of new leaders and honors attorneys, community leaders and local heroes.
Monday, January 14
From the Montgomery Bar Association: On Friday, Jan. 11, the Montgomery Bar Association (MBA) held its annual business luncheon meeting at the Meadowlands Country Club in Blue Bell. Nearly 300 local dignitaries, legal professionals and community leaders attended the event which included the election of the MBA’s officers for 2013, an awards presentation to honor area attorneys, members of law enforcement and community leaders, as well as the installation of its 89th president, Paul C. Troy, Esq., with the ceremonial passing of the gavel. A named partner at the Norristown law firm of Kane, Pugh, Knoell, Troy & Kramer, LLP, Mr. Troy is widely known for his legal acumen in the areas of professional liability and medical malpractice defense…