Knoxville Bar Association
- Advancing the profession through leadership, ethics and education.
81% of the licensed attorneys in Knoxville are current KBA members.
The Knoxville Bar Association was incorporated in 1973 and has continued to provide community services through innovative programs since that date. The Association has consistently provided unique services to lawyers and has helped make the practice of law better for its members by providing continuing legal education, programs and services. Members include private practitioners in firms of all sizes, government and legal services attorneys, senior and young lawyers, women and minorities. The goal of the KBA is to be inclusive rather than exclusive and the power of diversity within the bar enables the Knoxville Bar Association to be a stronger organization.
To learn more about the Knoxville Bar Association, please click on the links below:
Organization's Who's Who
This will provide you with lists of the KBA Board of Governors, Committee & Section Chairs and KBA Staff.
View information about publications of the Knoxville Bar Association.
Learn how to reach members of the greater Knoxville legal community by advertising through the KBA.
Conference Room Rental
Find out about conference room rental opportunities through the KBA.
Information about the Knoxville Bar Foundation, Legal Administrators Association and legal staff associations are included.
The Knoxville Bar Association is regarded by the business community, legislators and the public as Knoxville's voice of the legal profession. KBA members have access to valuable educational programs, select discounts on services, as well as invaluable resources, contacts, ideas and information to enhance professional success. The KBA is committed to maximizing networking opportunities and professional development for the Knoxville legal community.
To serve as a leader in advancing excellence, ethical conduct, professionalism and public responsibility in the legal profession;
To improve the efficiency, fairness and accessibility of our system of justice for all citizens;
To take an active interest and responsibility in the affairs of government;
To increase the public's understanding of the legal system, the legal profession, and its role in the system;
To use the Bar's collective resources to improve the well-being of the community and its citizens, especially the youth;
And to identify and support the needs of a diverse membership and foster an environment in which members experience a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction in the practice of law.