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The DCBA’s Fiscal Year is July 1st through June 30th. 

Please READ CAREFULLY the descriptions of the member types before selecting.


New Admittees

Recent graduates of law school who have not been admitted to the practice of law in any other state in a previous year, on being admitted to The Florida Bar (Must have their Florida Bar Number), shall enjoy a waiver of dues for the first year of their membership (first year graduate, dues waived)

Note

To join the DCBA as a “New Admittee”, you should have passed the Florida Bar no more than a year from the date you are signing up and you must have your Florida Bar Number.


Regular Member

$70 per year if admitted to practice less than 2 years; $140 per year when admitted to practice 2 years or more.

Note

If you are a practicing attorney and your office is in Miami-Dade County, then you fall under the “Regular” member category.


Associate Member*

A member of The Florida Bar who is not actively engaged in the practice of law in Miami-Dade County, or is admitted to practice before the highest court of any state or the District of Columbia or a United States Territory, or foreign country or jurisdiction shall be eligible to become an Associate Member of the Association. Dues are $35 after the first year of admission to state bar and $70 after second year.

Note

If you are a practicing attorney and your office is NOT in Miami-Dade County, then you fall under the “Associate” member category.


Government Member

Government employee’s dues shall not exceed $53 per year for the first 2 years of practice and shall not exceed $105 per year when in practice for more than 2 years.

Note

If you work for the Federal / State level or if you are a member of the Judiciary, then you fall under the “Government” category.


Law Student Member

Dues shall not exceed $25 per year. Any person who is enrolled as a student at an ABA-accredited law school, or a law school for which ABA accreditation is pending and subject to proof thereof, but who is not yet a member of The Florida Bar or the bar of any other state and not yet actively engaged in the practice of law in Dade County, is eligible to become a Law Student member of the Dade County Bar Association.


Paralegal Member

Any person who is a Florida Registered Paralegal with The Florida Bar, a certified paralegal by the National Federation of Paralegal Associations or the National Association of Legal Assistants, is eligible to become a Paralegal member of the Association. Dues shall not exceed $86 per year.


 

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