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CABA Member Courthouse Composite

Photograph Sign-up Announcement: CABA is excited about the opportunity to have a composite photo prepared of all our members by RCL Portrait Design. This photo will be displayed at the Hinds County Courthouse.

View Locations / Dates

MC School of Law Moot Court Conference Room

151 E. Griffith Street, Jackson MS
November 28 — December 1, 2016

Old Capitol Inn Suite 3

226 North State Street, Jackson MS
December 1, 2016 (date of CABA/JYL Christmas Party)

MC School of Law Moot Court Conference Room

151 E. Griffith Street, Jackson MS
December 2 — December 9, 2016

Butler Snow, LLP Founders Room

1020 Highland Colony Parkway, Suite 1400, Ridgeland MS
December 12 — December 16, 2016


Dates may be subject to change if unforeseen circumstances arise. Please call RCL Portrait Design directly at 800-580-5562 to schedule your appointment. You can also schedule your appointment online at www.goRCL.com (choose "Schedule" from the menu on the left side of the website, then choose "Guest Account" to get to the calendar).

There is no cost for you to participate. A professional portrait photographer will photograph you in several poses. You will then be able to view your proofs immediately through an instant video system and choose your picture for the composite. Additional portraits will also be made available to those wishing to purchase them, but there is no obligation to do so. If you are unable to sit for a photo, but still want to be included on the composite, you may send in your own photograph and pay a $30 fee to standardize the background to match the others in the composite.

What to Wear: For professional quality and best presentation, appropriate dress is suggested. We recommend a dark suit jacket and light-colored shirt.

Thank you for being a member of CABA and taking part in this great member benefit!
— Meade W. Mitchell CABA President

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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