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The Princeton Bar Association is one of only a few local bar associations in the State of New Jersey and has been serving Princeton-area attorneys and the community at large for over fifty years.  The Association's rich history dates back to as early as 1947 and the first Constitution and By-Laws of the Association were adopted in 1950.  In January of 1952, the Association adopted its inaugural 'Schedule of Minimum Fees' setting forth the minimum fees to be charged by the members of the Association for legal services.  To see how much the times have changed since 1950, a copy of the 1952 Schedule of Fees can be viewed [here].
 
It is the continued mission and vision of the Princeton Bar Association to provide services and benefits to its membership and the local community in a way that cannot be duplicated by a larger professional legal association.  It is the goal of the Association to provide an intimate Bar for its members, with a local, community-driven purpose. The Association is not run by a staff.  The seminars and events are not planned by individuals with no local interest.  Your questions and concerns are not routed to call centers.  Rather, the Association and its events and seminars are all planned, managed, and implemented by the Officers and Trustees of the Princeton Bar Association.  Questions and concerns are answered directly by the President of the Bar.
 
MISSION STATEMENT
 
The Princeton Bar Association is a voluntary local membership of Princeton-area lawyers and other legal professionals dedicated to serving the Princeton-area community by providing education, advocacy, association and philanthropy and by promoting the highest standards of civility, collegiality, professionalism and humanitarianism.
 
VISION STATEMENT
 
The Princeton Bar Association seeks to:
  *  Encourage charitable giving and community service by its membership, the community, and Princeton-area law firms and law-related organizations.
  *  Apply the sophistication and experience of the profession to the greater public good and for the benefit of the local community.
   
  *  Provide social engagements for members to foster fellowship and collegiality, and create opportunities for members to network with the bar, bench and local community.
   
  *  Provide quality, inexpensive continuing legal education programming in order to enhance the professional growth and understanding of the law and legal profession.
   
  *  Encourage the development of professional success.
   
  *  Provide benefits that address the needs of local members in ways that cannot be duplicated by larger professional associations.
 
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Announcements

The Princeton Bar Association is proud to announce that Jennifer Mohamed, Esq. of The Bayne Law Group, LLC is our new President.  We thank our out-going President Monica Wahba for her service and wish her well in New York.

Members are encouraged to go to the "Contact Us" page and forward us information regarding upcoming local charitable/community/social events that they would like to see posted on the Events calendar.  

The PBA encourages charitable giving and community service by its membership, the community, and Princeton-area lawyers. Please feel free to let us know how our membership can help support your cause.  Be sure to include contact information for additional event details.


 
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CONTACT US:
Jennifer Mohamed
The Bayne Law Group LLC
116 Village Boulevard, Suite 235
Princeton, New Jersey 08543
(P) 609.924.4295
(F) 609.924.4298