Association Recognized for Sponsoring Community Projects

The Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) presented County Bar Recognition awards during the 41st Annual Seminar of the Conference of County Bar Leaders Feb. 23 in Hershey, Pa. Twenty-four local bar associations in Pennsylvania were honored this year for sponsoring projects that work to improve the legal profession, justice system or community. The awards, which are non-competitive in nature, are sponsored annually by the PBA.

The Lycoming Law Association was recognized for Lawctoberfest, Law Day 2006 and Superior Court Banquet, and Community Activities and Outreach Committee and LLA Foundation Grants.

"The outstanding efforts of Pennsylvania lawyers to better their communities and the legal system deserve to be properly recognized," said PBA President Kenneth J. Horoho Jr. "It is our hope that the County Bar Recognition awards encourage more legal professionals to take part in community and educational activities."