2017-18 Board of Directors
and Committee Chairmen

We are pleased to announce CABA’s 2017-18 Board of Directors and Committee Chairmen. Click the button below for updates and photos.

Board & Committee Update

Who is CABA?

The Capital Area Bar Association is an 80 year old organization of lawyers in metropolitan Jackson, Mississippi. Membership is open to any lawyer, judge or presiding judge who is a member in good standing of any state or federal bar and has an interest in the work of our organization. For more information, check out the links in the footer. There are many opportunities for you to get involved. We look forward to your participation.

Social Media Follow Us on Facebook & Twitter!

Statistics show that 90% of organizations now maintain social media profiles, and CABA is among that majority. You can find the Capital Area Bar Association’s page on Facebook and find us on Twitter (@CABALaw). Social media is a simple way to improve communications within our organization, but we need our members to help to build an effective social media presence. If you are currently on Facebook or Twitter, please engage. Whether you like us, follow us, or comment on posts, you are helping build CABA’s social media profile.

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Latest News & Articles

The views expressed in the articles published are solely those of the authors and do not represent the views of CABA, its officers, directors, or staff.

President's Column by Meade Mitchell

Reflections on the past year of CABA activities and many thanks to those who have made it possible.

A Little Bar Association History by Linda Thoompson

How CABA began.

A Different Shade of Green(er Grass) by Chris Shaw

First-hand experiences on the transition from private law practice to an in-house legal department.

25th Annual Golf Outing

View photos from the event.

The 2017 (Regular) Legislative Session by Brandon Jones

Two sessions into having a super majority, Republicans still face significant challenges in efforts to extend their electoral success into real policy results.

Evening Honoring the Judiciary

View photos from the big event.

On Computing by Joel Howell

New Apps for Spring

Women's Initiative Judges Panel by Alicia Hall

Recap of the panel hosted by the Women’s Initiative Committee for the Capital Area Bar Association in April.

Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds Admit Hereditaments by Terryl Rushing

Considering the idea of lawyers setting out to exclusively date other lawyers.