CABA Golf Tournament
25th Annual Lawyer's Golf Outing
Monday, March 27, 2017 at the Country Club of Jackson
Shotgun Start: 1:00pm • Awards Reception to Follow
4 Person Scramble: $175/person (includes lunch and reception)
Register by Friday, March 24th
Please email the registration form below to Matt Grenfell.
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.
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