Founded in 1899, the Nassau County Bar Association is the leading source for legal information and services for the legal profession and the local community in Nassau County, Long Island, New York. NCBA enjoys a membership of nearly 6,000 private and public attorneys, judges, legal educators and law students, making it the largest suburban bar association in the United States. Association members have the opportunity to participate in more than 60 working committees and a variety of programs which strive to confront the challenges and changing needs of the legal profession and the community at large.
A unique feature of the NCBA is Domus, the home for the Bar Association, located in Mineola, the Nassau County seat. The distinctive building is an exquisitely designed representation of feudal architecture, featuring the Great Hall, meeting and conference rooms, and a fine restaurant where members dine with both colleagues and clients
Service to the community has been a significant part of the mission of the Nassau County Bar Association since its inception in 1899. A variety of free public education programs and services for the general community and the schools of Nassau County are made possible through the volunteer efforts of our members who participate in the following programs: • Lawyer Referral Service • Speakers Bureau • Senior Citizen Legal Consultation Clinics • Mortgage Foreclosure Legal Consultation Clinics • Veterans Advocacy Project • Pro Bono services through the Volunteer Lawyers Project • Lunch with a Lawyer • Lawyer in the Classroom • Public Education Seminars • High School Mock Trial Tournament • Student Mentoring Program