Legal Professionals of Hancock County
The administration of justice is best served by the leadership of a dedicated group of legal professionals who associate together to advance honor and respect for our system of laws.
Magistrate Crow's Books
Magistrate Crow has indicated that he is no longer in need of his law books as he happily approaches retirement. He welcomes anyone in the Bar Association who could use them to stop by the Domestic Relations Court and pick up any that they want.
2024 Professionalism Seminar
This CLE provides the requisite 2.5 hours of professionalism credits.
Upcoming Changes
There are significant changes coming to the Hancock County Common Pleas Court later this year. At the end of 2024, Judge Reginald J. Routson will be retiring and a new judge will be elected. Additionally, Magistrate Robroy Crow will be retiring at the end of September.
Bruce Comly French American Inn of Court
Bruce C. French Inns of Court is currently seeking new members.
Each meeting offers dinner and 1.5 hours of CLE credit to member attorneys.
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Who We Are

The Findlay/Hancock County Bar Association consists of approximately 150 attorneys and judicial officers who perform legal services or reside in the Hancock County, Ohio area.

Our Purpose

The purpose of the FHCBA is to preserve and promote the judicial system by fostering the highest standards of competence, ethics and professionalism in its members.

A Local Focus

Members of the FHCBA are organized into various committees which supervise the orderly administration of all areas of legal services provided in our community.

Have a Lawyer Dispute?

The Findlay/Hancock County Certified Grievance Committee investigates allegations of ethical misconduct made against judges and attorneys. This committee is authorized by the Supreme Court of Ohio.

Our Officers

Matthew L. Klein


Elizabeth A. Behrendt


Drew A. Wortman


Anna L. Schroeder


Meeting Notices

View all meeting notices from our meetings that we hold each month.

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