MEMBERSHIP



The Bar Association provides its members numerous educational opportunities and opportunities for practitioners to meet and interact with the judges of the Court and colleagues from both public and private practice for these purposes.  Our members work closely with the Court's judges to develop programs, contribute to revisions of the Court's Rules, and organize a broad range of educational and other activities. 

JUDICIAL CONFERENCE SPECIAL MEMBERSHIP OFFER! Membership will be extended through December 31, 2015 for any new member who (i) joins the bar association by paying one calendar year of dues; and (ii) registers to attend the Judicial Conference on November 17, 2014. Not only will new members save on the price of the conference, but they will also save on membership by paying dues for one calendar year (2014) and receiving membership for two calendar years (2014-2015). Don't miss out on this great offer! Please visit our membership page to learn about the many other benefits of membership.

FOR MEMBERS RENEWING IN 2014:  If you refer a new member to the Bar Association, your membership for the year is free.  To take advantage of this offer, the person you refer must have not been a Bar Association member within the past 3 years, and must register through the Bar Association website and indicate on the registration form that you referred that person to the Bar Association.  Once their dues payment is received, your free dues payment will be reflected in our records.

Our current membership dues structure is as follows:

Attorney in Private Practice:  

One Year:  $60
Two Years:  $110

Newly admitted to the practice of law after 01/01/2009 to either (i) a state bar or (ii) the Court of Federal Claims:  $45 for 1 year

Government / Academic / Non-Profit Attorney

One Year:  $45
Two Years:  $80
Newly admitted to the practice of law after 01/01/2009 to either (i) a state bar or (ii) the Court of Federal Claims:  $30 for 1 year

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