2020 Membership Renewal
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Important!

In 2020, all NAPABA Membership categories have changed.  If you have not paid your 2020 dues, then you must 'Upgrade' your membership into one of the new categories using the process outlined below.

 

Membership Renewal Process

The 2020 membership renewal process is as follows:

  • Sign in to the website.
  • Click here to land on your member profile page (opens new window).
  • Update your member profile page, then click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.
  • After your profile has been updated, click on the link Renew Now!
  • On the Membership Dues page, select your new Membership category from the drop down selector.
  • Complete the Billing Information and proceed to checkout.

 

2020 Membership Categories

Law Firm Attorney
Annual Dues $165

Attorneys who practice in law firms with 25 or more attorneys. Law firm partners who sign up in this category may join the NAPABA Partners Network (subject to meeting eligibility requirements).

In-House Counsel
Annual Dues $150

Includes attorneys working in corporate settings who maintain an active license to practice or need CLEs.

 

Solo & Small Firm Attorney
Annual Dues $125

For individuals who are solo practitioners or are in firms with fewer than 25 attorneys. Law firm partners who sign up in this category may join the NAPABA Partners Network (subject to meeting eligibility requirements).

 

Academia
Annual Dues $75

Members of academia including all faculty, deans, and administrators who are attorneys.

 

Government
Annual Dues $75

Government and public sector attorneys, including those who work in court systems or as judicial law clerks.

 

Public Interest
Annual Dues $75

Public interest attorneys, including all attorneys who work in non-profits, legal aid programs, and other public interest organizations.

 

Judge
Annual Dues $75

Individuals who are judges, including those in the federal courts, state courts, and other agencies. Members at this level may join the NAPABA Judicial Council.

 

Retired
Annual Dues $50

Individuals who are retired from the practice of law and do not need CLE credits. Retired Judges may select this level and join the NAPABA Judicial Council.

 

Transitional
Annual Dues $50

Individuals who are currently unemployed or seeking employment and are not students or retired.

 

Law Student
Annual Dues $25

Students enrolled in ABA-accredited law schools in the U.S. or Canada. Membership note: Law students may not vote in NAPABA elections or hold elected or appointed positions within the organization.

 

Non-Attorney
Annual Dues $50

Those individuals who are not currently or have not been licensed attorneys in the U.S. or Canada. Membership note: Non-attorneys may not vote in NAPABA elections or hold elected or appointed positions within the organization.

 

Membership Add-ons & Coupon Codes

Some Membership levels have optional selections such as the NAPABA Partners Network with Directory and the NAPABA Judicial Council.

If you are a member of a NAPABA affiliate bar association (opens new window), you can get a coupon for complimentary membership (excluding add-ons) from your local bar leadership. All coupons must be applied at the time of purchase. NAPABA will not issue refunds or apply coupons later.

Questions & FAQs

Membership Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are available here.

Contact Us if you encounter any difficulties with the renewal process.

 


NAPABA is a not-for-profit organization under Internal Revenue Code § 501(c)(6). Membership dues paid to NAPABA are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Membership dues may, however, be deductible as business expenses, subject to restrictions imposed as a result of lobbying activities. NAPABA estimates that 45% of all dues paid to NAPABA are used for lobbying expenditures and, accordingly, 45% of your dues are non-deductible for federal income tax purposes. If you have questions, we recommend that you consult with a tax advisor.

 

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