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|Sustaining Member - $300||6-9 Years - $140||Law Students (Assoc. Member) - FREE||Retired Members - $50
|20+ Years - $220||3-5 Years - $80||Public Service Careers - $50||Inactive Members - $50
|10-19 Years - $200||1-2 Years - $50||Paralegal (Assoc. Member) - $25||Honorary (Assoc. Member) - Free
Becoming a member of the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association means that you are joining a group of leaders in New Hampshire’s legal community who are committed to gender equality. There are many benefits to being a member—here are just a few:
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Who Can Join?
Regular "voting" membership is open to any person who is:
A regular member does not need to be on “active” status with the bar, but cannot have resigned or been disbarred.
Associate "non-voting" membership is open to any member of the bar admitted to practice, who has not resigned or been disbarred, in any U.S. state, territory, or district, or in any foreign country. In addition, any law student or paralegal may become an associate member.
Honorary membership is open to any member of the New Hampshire state or federal judiciary, including retired members of the judiciary, and other important members of the New Hampshire legal community, as determined by the Board. Honorary members are non-voting members and are not required to pay dues.
Sustaining membership is open to any NHWBA member. Sustaining membership recognizes members who have generously supported the growth and success of the NHWBA. Their annual membership fees and donations contribute greatly to the organization. The NHWBA recognizes the generosity of sustaining members in various ways, including hosting sustaining members appreciation events.