Thanks for visiting the membership page of the Greensboro Bar Association website. Being a member of the Greensboro Bar Association has a number of tremendous benefits.
Here are just a few member benefits:
Involvement in Committees – there are over 14 different committees that you can choose to become involved with. Those committees help accomplish the goals of the greater Greensboro Bar Association.
Communications – as a member you will receive communications and updates through the Greensboro Bar Association website as well as a newsletter that is released nine times per year.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Opportunities – as legal professionals we are required to complete continuing education each year. The Greensboro Bar Association will give you a number of different opportunities to receive the necessary continuing education hours. The vast majority of the opportunities are free of charge to Greensboro Bar members. This alone is worth the membership to the Greensboro Bar Association.
Memorials – at the Greensboro Bar Association we recognize those who have left us and laid the foundation for our Bar Association and set the standard for which we all strive.
Membership Networking Meetings – whether it is the casual meetings at a local restaurant or official Bar Association meetings,Mem as a member you will have the opportunity to network with Bar Association attorneys in both a professional and personal way.
Member Directory – as a member of the Greensboro Bar Association you will have access to directory information for each member of the Bar Association. This membership directory is a great tool for connecting with colleagues as well as referring cases to local attorneys.
Swearing In Ceremonies – the Greensboro Bar Association and the 18th Judicial District Bar work together to organize in a swearing in ceremony for newly licensed attorneys.
Membership Sections – the Bar Association offers substantive sections within the Bar Association. For example, plan on practicing family law and want to regularly connect with local family law attorneys? You can become a member of the Family Law Section of the Greensboro Bar Association.
Young Lawyers Section – if you are a newly licensed attorney or younger than 36 years of age you can be a member of the Young Lawyers Section of the Greensboro Bar Association. This group regularly holds social events and plans service-oriented projects for the Greensboro Bar Association.
Ready to join? Great, it’s easy to get started. All you need to do is fill out the Membership Application and mail it with your dues payment.