Chicago Bar Association
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Founded in 1874, the Chicago Bar Association (CBA) is a voluntary bar association with over 20,000 members. Like other bar associations, it concerns itself with professional ethics, networking among members, and continuing legal education. It is located adjacent to the John Marshall Law School in the Chicago Loop.
Notable members included Illinois state representative (1922-46 and 1948-50) David Ivar Swanson.
- Robert Hervey - Scottish born Canadian lawyer who founded the CBA after he left Canada to practice law in Chicago.
- William C. Goudy - first President of the CBA in 1874
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