Since 1831, the Nashville Bar Association has provided our members with programs and services to broaden their legal knowledge, further career goals, expand their client bases, give back to the legal community, and serve the public. And, through our many events and activities, CLE seminars, and committees, our members can take advantage of important networking and fellowship opportunities.
Over the past few years, the Nashville Bar Association has added the Solo and Small Firm and the Veteran’s Committees to its roster of member committees and is considering the formation of a Senior Lawyers Committee; implemented the Lawyer2Lawyer mentoring initiative to provide a web-based resource to connect experienced attorneys with newer attorneys who desire guidance on substantive legal matters or the personal and professional demands of practicing law; and provides an attorney guest office and meeting space for those times our members need an “office away from the office.”
In order to continue to develop and enhance benefits and services such as these, as well as ensure adequate resources to meet future member needs, the Nashville Bar Association Board of Directors has unanimously approved a dues increase of $10. This change will bring total regular dues to $245 for the upcoming membership year. Dues for Associate and Law Student Memberships and for the Young Lawyers Division will remain at current rates.
Ever mindful of these economically challenging times, the NBA will continue to offer a sliding-scale dues structure that is based on law-related income.
We appreciate your commitment to and involvement with the Nashville Bar Association as we work together to improve the practice of law in our community.