Become a Member

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.

BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP

DESKBOOK FOR PRACTITIONERS

Sixth Edition, 2017

Current paid members of the bar association may receive a complimentary hard copy by clicking on “Request a Copy’’ below. Please note that bar association membership is not the same as admission to the Bar of the Court; you must belong to the bar association and have paid your annual dues. If you are unsure of your membership status or have any other questions, please email sandy@cfcbar.org.

NOT A MEMBER?

Non-members of the bar association may purchase a copy for $50 by submitting an email request to sandy@cfcbar.org.

CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION

Regular Continuing Legal Education programs at the Court, including presentations addressing important practice issues, with participation by judges, academics, and leading practitioners.

DISCOUNTS TO EVENTS

Discounts to the annual Law Day, Judicial Conference, and other Court and Bar Association events.

MEMBER DIRECTORY

A Membership Directory that allows the public to locate members of the private bar with relevant experience.

FIRM MEMBERSHIP

SINGLE MEMBERSHIP

BECOME A MEMBER

We are pleased to invite you to become a charter Firm Member of the Court of Federal Claims Bar Association! Previously available only on an individual basis, membership at the firm level ensures that you and your colleagues don’t miss any of the bar association’s career-building opportunities. Before renewing your individual membership for 2022, please coordinate with your colleagues to take advantage of the many benefits of membership at the firm level.

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