Young Lawyer Casino Night to Benefit Chicago Bar Foundation (with Texas Hold’em Tourney)

Put your money on a bet that will help to make the services of the justice system accessible to all at this year’s Chicago Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section Casino Night February 21 at the Union League Club of Chicago.

All proceeds from the annual event go directly to benefit the Chicago Bar Foundation to support its mission of working to make the justice system more affordable and within reach for all Chicago-area residents.

“There is no better way to invest in the equity of the justice system than by supporting the Chicago Bar Foundation and the YLS Casino Night is an exciting and fun way to do that,”  said Tracy A. Brammeier,  co-chair of the event.

The Feb. 21 casino night will be held on a Thursday for the first time and will be a Las Vegas inspired evening featuring a wide variety of casino table games and a Texas Hold’em tournament.

The evening begins at 5:30 pm with check in at the Union League Club, 65 W. Jackson, followed by a 6 pm reception with food and drink and the start of casino games. Tickets range from $100 to $175 with various gaming options available.  Go to for details and to purchase tickets.


Article written by Saly Daly, CBA Public Relations Director,

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