Barbara Kibbey Wagner
2020-21 President
Adam G. Schwartz
2020-21 Vice President
Jeffrey Friedman
2020-21 Secretary
R. Wayne Richter
2020-21 Treasurer
Jason D. Berger
2020-21 Immediate Past President
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Welcome to the
Martin County Bar Association

Welcome!

Dear Judiciary, Members and Guests, 

Welcome to the Martin County Bar Association. Since 1955, the MCBA has been a strong group of lawyers working and bettering our community. 

Today, the MCBA is a non-profit organization that comprises nearly 500 members and more than 30 committees ranging from Criminal Law to Philanthropy to Trial Law. There is something for everyone, with nearly every interest. Our main goal and mission, however, is to enrich and lead the way for those in our State, and to provide fellowship with other lawyers, professionals, and members of the Judiciary. 

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  • 01 Jan
    Happy New Year - Courts Closed
  • 04 Jan
    SideBar Articles Due
  • 12 Jan
    RSVP DEADLINE FOR1/15 Monthly Meeting
  • 12 Jan
    MCBA Officers’ Meeting
  • 12 Jan
    MCWL Meeting @ 12 noon
  • 13 Jan
    Inns of Court
  • 15 Jan
    MCBA Monthly Meeting @ Noon

Now Accepting Nominations for 2020 George W. Bush, Jr. MCBA Professionalism Award

Nominations will be accepted through midnight on November 30, 2020.  Each nomination should outline why the candidate is to be considered along with supporting rationale and a list of related accomplishments.  

Please send nominations to martincountybarassociation@msn.com.  For questions, please contact Robyn O’Heron at 772-382-9076.

Martin County Bar Association

Member Spotlight - January 2021

Brett WaronickiJames “Mac” Stuckey

Education: 
Undergrad?  IRSC in Fort Pierce, and FAU in Boca Raton Law School?  Notre Dame Law

How long have you been practicing law?
Since November 1977.

Why did you want to be an attorney?
Didn’t know what I wanted to be when I grew up (still don’t) and a law degree gave me lots of options.   My original career choices of a newspaper reporter and English teacher were unbelievably under-compensated (still are), and I wanted to be able to help people but make a good living doing it.

What do you like most about it?
The freedom it gives me to work for good people and make a difference in my community.

What don’t you like?
The adversarial system which takes years to resolve issues and costs too much to solve any problem.   If we could just admit the truths and not have to advocate half-truths, we could reach solutions while they still matter and before the client runs out of money.

Martin County Bar Association 2020-21 Sponsors

Platunum Corporate Sponsor

Gold Annual Law Firm Sponsor

Silver Annual Law Firm Sponsor