The County of Carleton Law Association
The CCLA was formed in Ottawa in 1888 by a group of 60 lawyers, and is now the second largest law association in Ontario. The CCLA was originally formed as a professional association to provide a law library to its members.
Today, this not-for-profit association continues to provide valuable library and research services at the Gordon F. Henderson Library in the Ottawa Courthouse, and has also grown to become a leading organization committed to offering its members advocacy, legal education, and guidance through the ongoing challenges facing the profession.
The CCLA is governed by a volunteer board of lawyers from all practice areas and represents all sizes of firms.
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