Washtenaw County Prosecutor's Office
COVID-19 UPDATE: IMPORTANT NEWS
All Washtenaw County buildings and non-essential departments/services will be closed through 6/12/20. This includes the Trial Court & WCBA office.
During this COVID-19 pandemic, if you are looking for an attorney, please visit our Member Directory where you may search for an attorney by area of law. Select an area of law (such as employment law, estate planning, family law, guardianship, power of attorney, probate, etc.) from the pull-down list. Then, click on the search button (to the right of the pull-down list). A list of our attorneys who practice in that area of law will appear. It is arranged alphabetically by last name. You may call those attorneys’ offices directly, email them, &/or visit their websites to make contact. You may also want to view our public resources page for additional information. Take care.
Welcome! The WCBA is essential for lawyers practicing law in Washtenaw County. Members value the local insight, recognition, and relationships. Immediate benefits also include the publicly accessible member directory (searchable by area of law) and the rotating “Meet a WCBA Attorney” feature found on most of our pages.
If you are a WCBA member, please add to your profile to make the most of these and other benefits. If you are a potential member, we hope you decide to join! If you are a member of the public, we hope this site is a useful tool for finding a Washtenaw County lawyer or other legal resources.
Well, it’s here: my final message. The last chance I have to address the membership of the Washtenaw County Bar Association as your President. I cannot begin to express how much of an honor it has been to lead such an esteemed and valued organization. I am truly humbled. I recall fondly my first few days of practice in Ann Arbor back in 2007 after spending my first year post-bar admission in Oakland County.
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