Benefits of ABA Membership

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How the ABA Works for You

 

Enrich Your Career

Enrich Your Career

Build your professional reputation while you pursue your interests – write, teach, lead, lobby and learn.
Sharpen Your Practice

Sharpen Your Practice

Access content from award-winning periodicals, nationally recognized speakers and practical online resources.
Save Money

Save Money

Technology training, ethics research and 18 hours of CLE are included with your annual membership along with discounts on products and services you use daily.
Earn Free CLE

Earn Free CLE

Join FREE monthly webinars or download on-demand versions of past programs.
Receive the ABA Journal

Receive the ABA Journal

Read by half of the nation’s 1 million lawyers every month, the Journal covers the trends, people and finances of the legal profession.
Receive the ABA Journal

Protect Yourself, Your Family & Your Firm

Get quality, affordable insurance offered exclusively to ABA members through the American Bar Endowment, and the chance to support the good works of the legal profession.

How the ABA Works for the Profession

 

Advocate for the Profession

Advocate for the Profession

Our lobbyists coordinate with members to fight legislation that could negatively affect the independence of the judiciary and the legal profession.

Create the Future

Create the Future

Our leaders convene national summits on trending issues in legal education, legal needs in underserved populations and legal technology.

Uphold our Principles

Uphold our Principles

Our association is a powerful voice on ethics, professional responsibility and inclusion.

How the ABA Works for Society

 

Impact Global Issues

Impact Global Issues

The ABA develops legal and judicial infrastructures in troubled countries.

Defend Human Rights

Defend Human Rights

The ABA stands by those who are vulnerable – homeless veterans, foster children, victims of domestic abuse – providing legal expertise and funding for services.

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