Welcome to the Will County Bar Association's website. The WCBA is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to serving and supporting the legal community. The WCBA is committed to providing education, professional development, and service programs for its 500+ members, the legal profession as well as the local community.
- To maintain the honor and dignity of the profession of law
- To promote an understanding of the law and its application in the community
- To advance the due administration of justice
- To support the ability of the Bar to provide for public service
The WCBA also assists the local community and greater Chicago area through an active Lawyer Referral Service and backs the legal aid program encouraging its members to provide Pro Bono services for those in need. Click here to request a Lawyer Referral.
The Will County Bar Association is governed by a Board of Directors elected by the Association’s members and maintains a professional staff committed to the ongoing support of the association and its members.
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E-FILING TRAINING SEMINAR
Will County Circuit Clerk Andrea Lynn Chasteen invites the legal community to an Odyssey eFileIL training seminar on Friday, December 8th from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Will County Office Building, 302 N. Chicago Street, Joliet (2nd Floor County Board Room).
Tyler Technologies, the vendor chosen by the Illinois Supreme Court to create the state’s E-File Manager, Odyssey eFileIL, will be on hand to demonstrate the state’s e-filing portal. After the demo, representatives from Tyler as well as the Circuit Clerk’s Office will be available to answer questions related to e-filing in anticipation of the mandatory electronic filing date of January 1, 2018 for all civil case types. Will County Bar Association members can receive 1.0 hour of CLE credit for their attendance.
Wanted: Will County Courthouse and Legal Memorabilia
Lawyers in the main courthouse are encouraged to use the attorney's lounge. All attorneys are welcome to stop by the lounge on the fourth floor of the main courthouse, adjacent to the law library, with coffee available for purchase all day and space to relax or work.