The Celtic Bar Association of Orange County

JOIN US AT ONE OF OUR MEETINGS
We meet on the third Tuesday of each month at Muldoon's Irish Pub,
through the graciousness of one of our founding members, Ronald O'Schwartz,
located near Fashion Island at 202 Newport Center Drive (949-640-4110).

THE CELTIC BAR ASSOCIATION OF ORANGE COUNTY
INVITES YOU TO The In-Person

CBA Monthly Meetings

The Third Tuesday of The Month

Muldoon's
202 Newport Center Dr
Newport Beach, CA 92660

Please observe all current CDC guidelines and recommendations.
Please also do not attend if you are ill, have symptoms of COVID-19,
or have recently been exposed to anyone diagnosed with
or showing symptoms of COVID-19.

No cost to attend. Non-Members welcome.
No registration necessary.

Judge of the Year
The Honorable Orange County Superior Court Presiding Judge Maria Hernandez

Attorney of the Year
Kate Corrigan of Corrigan Welbourn Stokke

The Celtic Bar Association, together with Wylie & Bette Aitken, Invite you to the

Twenty-Second Annual 
Samhain Eve Celebration

Sunday, November 13, 2022

No dress code—but kilts encouraged! The event will be held at the residence of our gracious hosts Wylie and Bette Aitken.

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CBA Travel Seminar Jordan/Petra CLE Seminar March 2023

Dear Celtic Bar Members and Friends,

The Celtic Bar is proud to announce its upcoming MCLE Travel Seminar to Jordan/Petra. Before you ask- were there Celts in Jordan? We don’t know about the past, but there will be in Spring 2023. The trip will be truly epic. Don’t miss out. 

Andrew Wood, President

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About Us

First off, those not interested in fun, those unable to afford $25.00 per year ($20.00 for Judges) and those unwilling to belong to an organization which has no redeeming value other than social, can skip the rest of this website.

The goals of the Celtic Bar are to promote camaraderie amongst membership, civility and professionalism within the Orange County legal community, and a greater awareness of the Celtic culture and history, particularly its contribution to the law. There are seven separate Celtic nations, all of which are connected to one another by common history and culture. These seven nations are Wales, Scotland, Ireland, the Isle of Man (if your ancestors are from Man, your dues are waived for the first year), Galicia (in Spain), Brittany (in France), and Cornwall (in Great Britain). The Celtic peoples are known for their outgoing nature and their love of the written and spoken word. Not surprisingly, many descendants of Celtic immigrants have entered the legal profession. While there are many Irish-American lawyers groups in major cities throughout the United States, we believe that the CBA is the first attempt to gather all the Celtic nations in a single legal organization.

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