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Please Note: Individuals who live in or around our staffed chapters in New York City, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, Michigan or Massachusetts pay dues directly to their chapters.
Membership in the National Lawyers Guild is open to attorneys, law students, and legal workers. Legal workers are defined as anyone who has worked in any office, collective or other institution which has as its primary function the provision of administration of legal services, information or education.
Each membership payment entitles members to a year's subscription to the NLG Review and Guild Notes, as well as the right to vote in any NLG national election during that year. Additionally, members receive a one-year listing in the NLG's online Referral Directory.
Sliding Scale Policy: the NLG relies almost entirely on membership dues to sustain our operations. Nevertheless, our membership rates are suggested, sliding scale amounts. as we strive to make participation in the Guild as accessible as possible to all legal practitioners who share our mission, regardless of income. If you'd like to ask about our sliding scale policy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUGGESTED DUES SCHEDULE:
New Legal Observer Member (first year of membership): $20
New Legal Worker Member (first year of membership): $20-60
Law Student/Recent Law Grads: $20-60
New NIP/NPAP Members (first year of membership): $50
New Attorney Member (first year of membership): $60
Income under 30K: $60-75
Income 30-50K - $100-200
Income 50-70K - $200-300
Income 70-100K - $300-500
Income 100-200K - $500-600
Income over 200K - $600-750
Any questions about membership? Contact email@example.com
NOTE: Donations to the National Lawyers Guild are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes as charitable contributions. If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution of $100 or more, please donate to the National Lawyers Guild Foundation by clicking on this link.