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Please review the Member Types below, decide the type of membership you would like to have and click on the registration button at the bottom of the page. Memberships are for 1 year from the date of your initial registration or renewal. Membership dues are assessed on an annual basis.

Private Sector (admitted 0-10 years)

Members of the New York State bar and attorneys admitted to practice law in any jurisdiction in the United States who maintain an office or reside in New York State are eligible to become full active members. Attorneys that have been admitted to the bar for 10 or less years should select this membership type.

Private Sector (admitted more than 10 years)  

Members of the New York State bar and attorneys admitted to practice law anywhere in any jurisdiction in the United States who maintain an office or reside in New York State are eligible to become full members.  Attorneys that have been admitted for more than 10 years should select this membership type.

Public Sector

Members of the New York State bar and attorneys admitted to practice law in any jurisdiction in the United States who maintain an office or reside in New York State are eligible to become full active members.  Reduced membership fees are available to government lawyers, public interest lawyers, lawyers in the judiciary, and educators

Associate 

Any attorney in good standing admitted to the Bar of a foreign jurisdiction or any law school graduate not admitted lo practice law who resides in or is employed in the State of New York.   Associate Members shall be entitled to all privileges and rights of Active Members, excluding the right to vote at meetings and/or hold office.

Student

Any individual attending an American Bar Association accredited law school and who is employed, resides, attends a law school in the State of New York, or intends to sit for the New York State Bar Examination. Student Members shall be entitled to all privileges and rights of Active Members, excluding the right to vote at any/all meetings and/or hold office, except that of student liaison. A Student Member may continue his/her membership for sixty (60) days after graduation or after sitting for a state bar exam, whichever is longer, but in no event for a period of more than two years after graduation from law school. 

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