CMBA Community Outreach Programs Win Awards
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CMBA Honored With Two Awards for Its Community Outreach Programs
CLEVELAND – September 10, 2013 – The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA) is proud to announce that in August it received two different awards for two of its community outreach programs.
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District presented the CMBA with a Five Star General Award at the annual Army of Believers luncheon. These “Five Star Generals” are those whose outstanding support has made a significant difference in the lives of CMSD students. Citing examples like The 3Rs, 3Rs+, Cleveland Mock Trials, Louis Stokes Scholars Program, and Stephanie Tubbs Jones Summer Legal Academy, the CMBA was honored for showing “...how an industry or profession can connect with education.”
In addition, the CMBA received a national award for its Louis Stokes Scholars Program from the National Association of Bar Executives (NABE). The CMBA received the annual LexisNexis Community and Educational Outreach Award at NABE’s annual meeting in San Francisco last month. This award honors outstanding public service and law-related education program of bar associations.
To learn more about the community outreach programs of the CMBA, click here.
About the CMBA
The nonprofit Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association operates as a center for legal professionalism in the region, promoting the highest ethical and professional standards. Serving the largest legal community in the state, the CMBA has nearly 6,000 members. Learn more at www.clemetrobar.org.