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New ABA Membership Model Will Mean Lower Dues, Free CLE and Customized Content

By on August 10, 2018 in Uncategorized

The American Bar Association House of Delegates has approved a new dues structure that will result in a majority of members paying less in dues, with reductions of about $20 to more than $300.

The new dues structure will be put in place starting in September of 2019, reports the ABA Journal.

Under the new structure, there will be five price points for the basic level of dues-paying membership, ranging from $75 for new bar admittees, paralegals and lawyers through their first four years of practice, to $450 for lawyers in practice for at least 20 years.

Read the ABA Journal article.