Tyler Coe Named Polk County Bar Association Membership Committee Chair
Divorce and family law attorney Tyler Coe was named chair of the Polk County Bar Association (PCBA) Membership Committee. He will lead membership recruitment and retention for the largest county bar association in Iowa with over 1,200 members including judges, private practitioners, government officials and corporate legal counsel. Additional responsibilities include developing and hosting events for membership.
Among its efforts, the PCBA established the PCBA Volunteer Lawyers Project which provides free legal representation to low-income residents of Polk County, closing well over 1,000 cases per year. The PCBA further partners with numerous local schools on annual basis to have K-12 students learn and participate in law related projects. The PCBA provides free continuing education to its members, numerous annual social events and much more.
Polk County Bar Association president and Whitfield & Eddy Law member attorney, Nick Cooper, said, “Tyler is one of our newest member attorneys at Whitfield & Eddy Law and I know he will bring the same creativity and enthusiasm to the PCBA that he brings to the firm.”
Tyler is an active member in the Whitfield & Eddy Law Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and serves as president and board member of Please Pass The Love.
Learn more about the PCBA and Volunteer Lawyers Project at their website.