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Speakers Bureau & Military Veterans Speakers Bureau
FREE Program for Schools, Clubs and other Organizations

Teachers, nonprofit administrators, and community groups - this is your opportunity to tap into a resource of immeasurable knowledge and experience!The OCBA provides a great community service by maintaining a comprehensive roster of attorneys and legal professionals who are interested in providing information to children, students, and members of any interested community groups.

All you need to do is determine a topic and a date and time when a speaker would be needed and we do the rest.  Just download the Speaker Request Form, fill it out, and either email it, fax it, or mail it back to the OCBA.


 Alternative Dispute Resolution  Buying or Selling a Home
 Child Custody  Consumer Rights
 Court Systems  Criminal Law
 Divorce  Employee/Employer Relations
 Environmental Law  Estate Planning & Trusts
 Freedom of Speech & Press  Immigration
 Income Tax  Insurance
 Internet Law  Juvenile Law
 Landlord Relations  Law as a Career
 Legal Ethics & Discipline  Malpractice
 Mediation  Medicare
 Patent, Trademark & Copyright  Pension & Profit Sharing
 Personal Injury  Rights of the Disabled
 Senior Issues  Small Claims Court
 Sports & Entertainment Law  Starting a Small Business
 Traffic Violations  Victim's Rights
 Wills  Women's Rights

For questions concerning the Speakers Bureau, please call Catherine Neal at (248) 334-3400, or email cneal@ocba.org.

Military Veterans Speakers Bureau

In fall of 2010, the OCBA's Veterans Committee launched a Veterans Speakers Bureau.  The members of this speakers bureau have served in the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and the National Guard. They have been on active duty during times of peace, the Korean War, in Vietnam and in Iraq and Afghanistan. They have been in combat, stationed state-side and in the reserves. The members of this bureau have diverse military careers and are eager to share their experiences.

The attached booklet includes biographies of our volunteer speakers. Their biographies include what branch of military they serve(d) in, their position and rank, their duties and specialties, awards and honors, as well as the area of law they practice.

Reserving a speaker is easy. Simply contact the volunteer directly at their telephone number or email address provided on their form to arrange the details of their visit.


Military Veterans Speakers Bureau
Speakers Bureau