Bankruptcy Law Section
The Bankruptcy Section consists of bankruptcy practitioners representing debtors, creditors, trustees and other parties involved in bankruptcy proceedings in Ingham, Eaton and Clinton County. The section meets for lunch on the fourth Thursday of each month and has speakers on a wide range of bankruptcy topics. Guest speakers include bankruptcy trustees and judges from the Western District Bankruptcy Court. The section is a great resource for seasoned bankruptcy attorneys and those just beginning the practice.
Criminal Defense Law Section
The Ingham County Bar Association’s Criminal Defense Section is comprised of criminal defense attorneys who defend people accused of committing crimes. The Section is dedicated to sharing knowledge related to emerging and important topics specific to criminal defense. The Section is also committed to offering opportunities for attorneys to hone critical skills needed to defend those accused by the government. If you are looking for a way to learn about the latest in forensics or practice your evidentiary knowledge, they you’ll want to join this section.
Probate and Trust Section
The probate and estate planning section is a group of attorneys in the Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton County area who focus their practice on matters relating to death and incapacity. Much of their work involves developing an individualized plan for clients to prepare for the possibility of temporary or permanent incapacity, and for their eventual death. Many of the members also practice in contested matters in the probate court as well.
The section meets monthly from September through June. Each meeting provides an opportunity for members to socialize and network with other members while enjoying lunch and listening to an on-point presentation given by various local professionals, including other Attorneys, CPA’s, Judges, Probate Registers, Investment Advisors, Professional Trustees, and even Marketing Advisors. Members are given an opportunity to sponsor and co-sponsor the lunches for additional marketing opportunities. The December and June meetings are typically off-site social gatherings held without speakers.