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What does CCBA stand for?

CCBA stands for Cook County Bar Association (Illinois)

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Wooten is a member of the Executive Leadership Council, Minority Corporate Counsel Association, the American Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association, the Cook County Bar Association, the Association of Corporate Counsel, and the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals.
Williams Hooks, a criminal defense attorney and immediate past president of the Cook County Bar Association, said the findings highlight racial discrimination by prosecutors during jury selection at the criminal courthouse, where two-thirds of all defendants are black men.
Chief Deputy, Cook County State's Attorney's Office Matthew Bettenhausen, Executive Director of the Illinois Commission on Death Penalty Reform William Hooks, President of the Cook County Bar Association Andrea Lyon, University of Michigan law professor William Kunkle, attorney and former prosecutor .
WHO: The leaders of ten bar associations including the Asian-American Bar Association, Black Women Lawyers Association of Greater Chicago, Chicago Council of Lawyers, Cook County Bar Association, Decalogue Society of Lawyers, Hispanic Lawyers Association, Illinois State Bar Association, Lesbian and Gay Bar Association, Puerto Rican Bar Association, and Women's Bar Association of Illinois.
Other program sponsors include the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law, the Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Chicago Area, the Black Women Lawyers Association of Chicago, the Boston Law Finn Group, the Chicago Committee on Minorities in Large Law Finns, the ABA Conference on Minority Law Partners of Majority Law Firms, the Cook County Bar Association, the Hispanic National Bar Association, the Latino Lawyers Association of Queens County, the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association and the National Bar Association.
Although Court Watchers does not make recommendations for the election of judges, it believes that it provides a public service by distributing the judicial evaluations made by the Chicago Bar Association, the Chicago Council of Lawyers, the Cook County Bar Association, the Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois, the Illinois State Bar Association, the Northwest Suburban Bar Association, the Women's Bar Association of Illinois, and the Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Chicago Area.