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  • 2017 AGM Notice
  • 2017 Winter Social
  • 2017 Community Lecture Series: What is reconciliation?
  • 2017 LSUC Awards
  • 2016 Portrait Unveiling Ceremony & Reception for The Honourable James C. Kent
  • Pilot Project - New Plan Copy Service at Brantford LRO#2
  • Justice Day, December 9, 2016
  • Open House Staats Law, September 23, 2016
  • Lexis Advance Quicklaw Training Session, September 9, 2016
  • 2016 Opening of the Courts, September 8, 2016, 11:30 a.m.
  • 2016 FOLA May Post Plenary Report
  • 2016 TRANSforming Justice
  • 2016 MGCS Q&A Service Ontario & Land Registry Office Consolidation
  • 2016 Response to FOLA - Service Ontario Land Registry Office Consolidation
  • 2016 FOLA Response to the Consultation on Expanding Legal Services: Option for Ontario Families
  • 2016 FOLA Submission to the Task Force on Complaince-Based Entity Regulation
  • 2015 FOLA Annual Report
  • 2016 FOLA Response Statement to the Review of the Family Law System
  • LawPro News Articles

Welcome to the Brant Law Association

The Brant Law Association was founded on November 30, 1853. The 20 founding members paid 2 pounds and 10 shillings for each original share of the Association. In 2003 the Brant Law Association celebrated their sesquicentennial. 

Located in Brantford, Ontario, at 70 Wellington Street, the BLA serves approximately 100 lawyers both within Brantford, and throughout Brant County, Paris and the Six Nations. With a varied collection and access to technology, the BLA strives to meet the needs of all lawyers. The BLA Library is a private library for the use of its members, and lawyers of the Law Society of Upper Canada only. 

The BLA Executive works hard on behalf of the membership by organizing continuing education seminars on topics of importance to the local Bar, and hosting social events which provides opportunities for networking and friendship.

The Brant Law Association library is situated on the third floor of the Brant County Courthouse and is divided by 4 rooms housing the collection, work stations and worktables. Robing rooms are situated on the 2nd floor.

We encourage you to join the BLA and benefit from a range of services, all while participating in a collegial Association.