connecting the legal community of
Williamson County, Tennessee
About the Williamson County Bar Association
COURTESY | CIVILITY
The Williamson County Bar Association is a nonprofit organization whose members are licensed attorneys practicing in Williamson County, Tennessee. Our mission is to promote courtesy and civility in the legal community of Williamson County and provide a connection between and among our members and with the surrounding community. This WCBA maintains this website as a resource for its members and the public.
The Williamson County Bar Association serves as a resource for practicing attorneys and the public and welcomes members from across Middle Tennessee. The WCBA sponsors monthly luncheons, continuing legal education programs, pro bono events, and social opportunities for its members.
Members of WCBA serve the local community in many ways - through pro bono legal clinics, by funding scholarships, and sponsoring the annual Williamson County high school moot court competition.
WCBA members meet monthly to connect and listen to a wide range of speakers who deliver continuing education presentations on timely topics. Members also gather throughout the year for social and public service events, including free legal clinics and the local high school moot court competition.
WCBA officers serve a year-long term running from July through June. Following are the current WCBA officers as of July 1, 2022:
President: Eric Larsen
President-Elect: Brittany Bartkowiak
Treasurer: Charles Ferguson
Secretary: Crystal Etue
Past President: Whitney Harrington
Administrator: Nathan Powers
WYLD President: Dylan Harper
WCBA Monthly Member Meeting Schedule
WCBA meets at 11:30 a.m., usually on the first Friday of each month. (We do not meet in January or July.)
Join us at the Williamson County Enrichment Center, located at 110 Everbright Avenue, Franklin, TN 37064.
All our meeting dates with scheduled speakers are listed on our Events page.