Columbus Bar Association Subsidiaries
Columbus Bar Services
Columbus Bar Services, Inc. is an entrepreneurial arm of the Columbus Bar Association that develops innovative services of economic benefit to Columbus Bar Association members. Revenue generated through Columbus Bar Services provides financial support for CBA projects and keeps dues affordable.
CBS Agency, Inc.
The Columbus Bar Association, through CBS Agency, Inc., provides members with exclusive access to a full range of insurance plans at rates up to 13% below market value. Coverage options include health, dental, life/accidental death and dismemberment, long term care, long term disability, surety bonds, structured settlements, pension services, professional liability coverage, commercial property and casualty, and personal home and auto. We also provide a variety of bonds, including probate and court bonds. For more information, contact [email protected].
Columbus Find a Lawyer
Columbus Find a Lawyer provides online profiles of Columbus, Ohio lawyers, helpful information about Ohio laws and a legal dictionary written for consumers. Brought to you by the Columbus Bar Association. For more information, contact [email protected].
Columbus Bar Interpreting Services
Columbus Bar Interpreting Services is a resource for area courts, attorneys, and other law-related agencies to access interpreters who are available to provide professional, dependable interpreting and translation services. For more information, contact [email protected].
Columbus Bar Foundation
The Columbus Bar Foundation is the charitable arm of the Columbus legal community. Working together, we strive to increase access to justice, improve the administration of justice and promote excellence in legal education through scholarships and grants.
Columbus Bar Association Alliance
The purpose of the Columbus Bar Association Alliance shall be to cooperate with the Columbus Bar Association, to foster understanding of the legal profession through education and community service including (but not limited to) financial contributions to law-related activities, and to promote social relationships among the organization's members and spouses.