Our Mission

The Findlay/Hancock County Bar Association is a voluntary professional association of members of the legal profession in Findlay and Hancock County, Ohio.  Its purposes are to improve, promote and further the common interests, standards, integrity and honor of the legal profession; to promote reform in the law; to facilitate the administration of justice; and to maintain a united fellowship and courtesy among the members of the legal profession.

Founded in 1899

The Findlay Hancock County Bar Association was incorporated as a non-profit corporation by a filing made with the Ohio Secretary of State on April 6, 1990. Formally, FHCBA is a 501(c)(6) business league, a charitable organization approved by the Internal Revenue Service.

Providing Support

FHCBA provides charitable support to Legal Aid of Western Ohio, CASA Gal of Hancock County, The Findlay High School “We the People Program” in support of the Findlay High School law-and-government-related debate program, Law Day (annual program) and the Hancock County Alliance (economic development.)

Grievance Committee

FHCBA sponsors the Certified Grievance Committee as a service to the local community. The FHCBA Certified Grievance Committee handles its own filings directly with the Ohio Board of Professional Conduct and operates independently.

Member Benefits

FHCBA provides benefits to its members through its legal education programs and social events to increase civility and professionalism among the legal community members.
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