Membership renewal is OPEN (new membership year is July 1, 2024 - June 30, 2025)

The Collin County Bar Association (CCBA) is the largest bar association serving the legal community practicing in and around Collin County, Texas which includes Frisco, McKinney, Allen and Plano, among numerous other small communities.  It works closely with the judiciary and local leaders in Collin County to create a professional, cordial and efficient relationship with the court system for all practitioners.

Membership consists of lawyers, law students and paralegals/legal assistants.

CCBA offers continuing legal education monthly (except December and June) at its general meeting and section meetings. General membership and Section meeting dates and location are published on the CCBA event calendar.

CCBA offers over 10 sections focused on particular areas of law and various committees. Learn more about CCBA's Sections and Committees.

Join or renew your membership.


Information About the Referral Service - Lawyer Referral Service Directory

The members of the CCBA are dedicated to providing quality legal services to anyone in the Collin County area. As a part of that dedication, the members of the CCBA have the opportunity to list themselves on this site so that you may contact them for legal services.  Search results will include an email address and a link to an attorney's web site if the attorney has provided that information in the listing.

We encourage you to use this referral source for all of your legal needs in and around the Collin County area.

The selection of lawyers for a potential client identified in response to the potential client's information is a wholly automated process performed by computers, without exercise of any discretion, based on the information submitted by the potential client and the information provided by participating lawyers.

Lawyers are members of the Collin County Bar Association and have paid a reasonable fee to be included in the Referral Service. The Collin County Bar Association makes no other respresentations or assertions about the the lawyers included in the Referral Service.

The Referral Service does not unreasonably limit or restrict, either directly or by means of a high fee structure, finely drawn geographic areas and legal practice areas, or otherwise, the number of lawyers it allows to participate for a given geographic area or legal practice area to such an extent that the Referral Service in effect is referring particular types of potential clients to particular lawyers.

We thank you for visiting our site, and hope you find information that is beneficial to you.