The Miami Dade Bar supports its members in many ways, but some of the most important aspects are the abundant networking opportunities, high quality and timely continuing legal education, and leadership development opportunities for attorneys, to help you GROW your practice, GAIN experience and GIVE back.
As the largest lawyer network in Miami-Dade County and one of the largest voluntary bar association in Florida, the Miami Dade Bar provides the contacts and services you need to be successful in your practice. Whether you are in a small firm or large firm, practice in the area of family law or tax law, the Miami Dade Bar can help you in your practice.
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The Miami Dade Bar is the voice for Miami-Dade County’s diverse legal community. Founded in the early 1900’s, and officially incorporated in 1920, the DCBA’s goal is to support and inform the county’s lawyers, as well as the public and the community at large.
We advocate for efforts to preserve the separation of powers of legislative bodies and our judicial system. Our programs help citizens of Miami-Dade County find qualified lawyers, receive free legal assistance, and learn about their legal rights and responsibilities. The Miami Dade Bar, with its 33 sections, committees and divisions, provides its members with education and tools to expand and enrich their practices. With the 100+ hours of quality continuing legal education available each year, exceptional publications, mentorship programs and networking opportunities, as well as benefits like discounted pricing on insurance, credit card processing, business attire and more, the Miami Dade Bar is dedicated to serving Miami-Dade County’s lawyers. The Miami Dade Bar is headquartered in downtown Miami, steps from the historic Dade County Courthouse.
The Miami Dade Bar’s mission is to be the voice of Miami-Dade County’s legal profession, serving the public and the bar by promoting equal justice, professionalism and civility, and excellence and respect for the law.