Virtual Holiday Joint Mixer

Wed, Dec 16, 2020, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CT

Online Event

16 Dec

About the Event

Cook County Bar Association

Illinois Judicial Council

Black Women Lawyers’ Association of Greater Chicago, Inc.

Black Men Lawyers’ Association

Virtual Holiday Joint Mixer

“Honoring Justice Shelvin Louise Marie Hall”

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

6:00 PM via Zoom

Tickets are $15

Food Options:

Good Life Soul Food Cafe

11142 South Halsted Street, Unit 1

Chicago, Illinois 60619


Norman Bistro

1001 E. 43rd Street

Chicago, Illinois 60653


Eleven / Eleven

1111 W. Lake Street

Chicago, Illinois 60607


Frontier

1072 North Milwaukee Ave.

Chicago, Illinois 60642


Members can receive a 15% discount on the day of event by using (password: joint mixer).

Proceeds of money will go toward donations to the the following organizations:

Breakthrough (MISSION: Breakthrough partners with those affected by poverty to build connections, develop skills and open doors of opportunity).

Location

Online Event

Date and Time

Wed, Dec 16, 2020, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CT

Sales Ended

Organizer

Cook County Bar Association
Since its inception, the Cook County Bar Association (the “CCBA”) has been at the forefront of legal issues of concern to the Black community.  During the 1919 Chicago race riots, CCBA members defended Black residents who were unlawfully arrested and initiated civil lawsuits for damages.  For over 100 years, the CCBA has aggressively supported the civil, political, and economic rights of the Black community and its members.Through organized activities and individual contributions from its members, the CCBA has held various legal clinics and community forums at various sites and supported by renowned civil rights organizations including Rainbow PUSH, local chapters of the NAACP, and other local groups and churches.  The CCBA Foundation provides legal information, resources, and referrals through its monthly legal clinics.

Organizer

Cook County Bar Association
Since its inception, the Cook County Bar Association (the “CCBA”) has been at the forefront of legal issues of concern to the Black community.  During the 1919 Chicago race riots, CCBA members defended Black residents who were unlawfully arrested and initiated civil lawsuits for damages.  For over 100 years, the CCBA has aggressively supported the civil, political, and economic rights of the Black community and its members.Through organized activities and individual contributions from its members, the CCBA has held various legal clinics and community forums at various sites and supported by renowned civil rights organizations including Rainbow PUSH, local chapters of the NAACP, and other local groups and churches.  The CCBA Foundation provides legal information, resources, and referrals through its monthly legal clinics.