Start Time: 12 pm President Eisenhower established the first Law Day in 1958 to celebrate the nation’s commitment to the rule of law. The YCBA holds an annual luncheon to help promote public understanding and respect for the law. The YCBA also holds an essay and bookmark contest for middle and high school students to help them think about current local and legal issues. At the luncheon, the winners of the contests are announced and someone from the legal community is honored with the Liberty Bell Award.
Judge John C. Uhler’s End-of-the-Year Message for the York County Bar Foundation
Watch the video below to watch and listen to Judge John C. Uhler’s end-of-the-year message for the York County Bar Foundation’s 30th year. Below the video, there is a full audio transcript available for reading. Judge John C. Uhler, President of the York County Bar Foundation, gives his end-of-the-year-message to the Foundation and its members. This video marks the 30th year of the York County Bar Foundation. Video Transcript Good afternoon members of the Bar Association, representatives from the bench, and any Bar Foundation members who are non-attorneys. It was my sincere honor and privilege to serve the York County… read more »