Canadian American Bar Association

The Canadian American Bar Association (CABA) is an association of American and Canadian lawyers with strong cross-border ties either through citizenship, education, or professional designation. Our members include in-house counsel, attorneys in private practice, government lawyers, law school faculty, and law students. CABA acts as an associational forum and voice for the cross-border legal community and is committed to promoting the rule of law, facilitating cross-border business, and preserving the special relationship between two of the world’s largest and most comprehensive trading partners.

CABA carries out legal and policy research and engages in cross-border advocacy initiatives that further its mission and the interests of its members. It has hosted networking and educational events in New York, Los Angeles and Toronto involving lawyers, judges, academics and other representatives of the cross-border legal community. CABA is a California non-profit corporation based in New York City.

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