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Welcome to the Peoria County Bar Association

NEW - The Peoria County Bar Association has released a statement on racism. To read, click here

Special President's Message

Good day to all PCBA members! Because of the great knowledge and spirit of many active PCBA members, I can report that the state of the PCBA is good and striving for great. In a nutshell, we are ahead of many summer events and award shows that have tried to conduct their ceremonies and proceedings on digital platforms and produced a flat product. Rather than doing exactly what we did before but on a computer screen, we are planning to use digital platforms to enhance our ability to meet, interact, learn, and plan for the present and years down the road. The PCBA is able thrive because of our hard-working committee chairs who have provided leadership on a number of fronts. For example, Katherine Legge of the United States Attorney’s Office, Central District of Illinois, chairs the PCBA Communication & Technology Committee. Kate is helping the PCBA by researching and reporting on the social media platform options for the PCBA that will be discussed and implemented at the next PCBA Board meeting. The PCBA Diversity Committee Chair, Melodi Green, Peoria County State’s Attorney’s Office, has many plans underway for the next PCBA Diversity Luncheon Event that will provide us with exciting speakers and more opportunities to participate in discussions of pathways to an improved future. Furthermore, as area schools ring their digital or physical bells, our CLE Committee Chair William “Bill” Loeffel of the Kavanagh law firm has already held multiple planning meetings that will help the PCBA conduct its popular CLE classes in digital formats with new time spans that are increasingly preferred by our members. Bill is also exploring ways to enliven our traditional CLE topics by having members or their friends and colleagues give presentations on new topics as well. These items are just a sample of the many active steps that your PCBA is taking to evolve so that it can best serve PCBA members in methods that are most convenient and helpful to its members. Please know that are all easy to contact if you have any ideas or proposals that you would like the PCBA Board or Committee Chairs to consider. Finally, we must thank and tip our caps or glasses in honor of Kevin Elder of Goldfine & Bowles for his excellent planning and dedication that led to more members attending the PCBA Golf Outing in 2020 than in 2019, a truly remarkable feat and outcome unmatched by other bar associations. Many of us look forward to starting a combination of in-person and remove events after the pandemic is tamed. Until then, we need to look out for each other and “mask up” before we go out in the world so we all protect each other. I look forward to hearing from you.


PCBA President,

Ambrose V.  McCall

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