The CBA takes the health and safety of our staff and members seriously; it is our first priority.
The CBA continues to monitor a variety of sources, including authoritative public health and media threads, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization, U.S. state and local health authorities, and, when appropriate, public health authorities in other nations, for the latest updates and recommendations affecting our operations and programming.
We intend to continue the highest level of service to our members and the public while also cooperating to slow the spread of COVID-19 in the weeks to come. We will keep monitoring the situation closely and reassessing day by day - week by week. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this extraordinary time.
The CBA is closely following the CDC guidelines to reduce the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic in the days and weeks ahead. CBA meetings can be accomplished whenever possible using teleconferencing capabilities instead of holding in-person meetings. By taking these actions, we can continue operating, but in a way that makes it less likely to transmit the virus.
We continue making referrals daily to those who are in our Lawyer Referral Service.
Stay Healthy and Stay Safe!! See you all soon!
- Our Law Day Luncheon will be moved to August – Date TBA ( We will continue to receive nominations for the Liberty Bell Award.)
- Legislative Reception will be in the early Fall.
- All CLE seminars have been moved to the Fall.
Supreme Court of Tennessee
when you become 18
“When You Become 18: A Survival Guide for Teenagers” was originally developed in 1993 by the California Law Advocates of the Foundation of the State Bar of California. It has been redesigned and prepared for you by the Chattanooga Bar Association to conform to Tennessee law and is available to all Hamilton County 18-year old young adults.
Read it Now
The Chattanooga Bar Association exists to work for the betterment of the legal profession and the administration of justice: to take an active interest in governmental affairs; to stimulate a feeling of respect, esteem, and good fellowship among members of the profession; to maintain a high standard of ethics among the members of the Bar of Chattanooga; and to correlate its activities with those of the American Bar Association, the Tennessee Bar Association, and such other professional organizations as may appear appropriate.