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American Bar Association - Division for Bar Services

Mecklenburg County Bar - Operational Review

December 5, 2008 - Download the full report here (pdf)

 

Introduction

A.  Statistics

B.  Governance

C.  Policies

D.  Financial Management

E.  Staff Management and Administration

F.  Program Administration and Development

G.  Communications and Membership Outreach

Conclusion

 

CONCLUSION

The Mecklenburg County Bar is blessed with strong and insightful staff and volunteer leaders. The nexus of where the bar has come from, where it finds itself, and what opportunities lie ahead provide a unique opportunity for delineation and discovery.

 

With its governing, administrative and staff houses in such fine order, the MCB can tackle the most difficult questions organizations confront as they look toward the future - "What do we want to look like?" and "How do we get there?"

 

 

Previous Section: D.  Communications and Membership Outreach


 

 

 
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