Find professional legal assistance from the oldest county bar association (located in Massachusetts) on our lawyer referral page. We service all areas of Essex County including, but not limited to: Amesbury, Andover, Beverly, Boxford, Danvers, Georgetown, Gloucester, Hamilton, Haverhill, Ipswich, Lynn, Lynnfield, Manchester, Marblehead, Merrimac, Methuen, Newburyport, Peabody, Salisbury, Salem, Saugus, Swampscott, Topsfield and Wenham.
The Essex County Bar Association (ECBA) is an organization of pioneers with a rich history that reaches back to 1685. In the years that followed, the Essex County Bar Association commenced to carve its place in history with notable members whose names included Choate, Endicott, Parsons, Saltonstall, and Sewall. These great men paved the way for their descendants to form our organization.
The Essex County Bar Association continued its perseverance in its goal to improve the quality of the legal profession and the administration of justice long after the official founding in 1806. The longevity and success of the ECBA can be credited to the loyalty and camaraderie of our members. Most importantly, this is your bar association! Let us know if we can be of service.
ECBA Provides a Forum for Growth
Our association provides a forum through educational seminars and volunteer opportunities for Essex County attorneys to enhance their practice, improve the justice system, and provide law-related community service.
Moreover, we provide social opportunities for lawyers from Essex County to interact with members of the judiciary, political representatives, and with each other in enjoyable and informal settings.
New Members to the Massachusetts Bar
New lawyers who have recently passed the Massachusetts Bar exam, and reside or practice in Essex County, will receive the current fiscal year membership for free (September through August). Click on the "Membership" tab in the navigation bar above and sign up on-line!
John J. Vasapolli, Esq. President
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The purposes of the Essex County Bar Association, as stated in our bylaws, include:
• To encourage the spirit of professional courtesy among members of the Massachusetts Bar and, more specifically, those residing in or practicing law in Essex County.
• To cultivate, promote, and facilitate the administration of justice and uniformity of legislation.
• To uphold the honor of the profession of the law.
• To improve the public image of lawyers.