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Your TBA MembershipWith the Complete Membership, TBA members receive 3 hours of CLE programming included in the price of their membership. These credits can be used at any onsite, online or teleseminar produced by the TBA's TennBarU. Members also receive access to free online legal research provided by Fastcase, along with all of the many great benefits and services TBA membership offers.

*Income is defined as law-related salary, wages or income after deducting office overhead and other ordinary and necessary business expenses but before taxes, FICA, insurance and pension contributions for the current year.


Thirty-six ($36) of your dues is for a one-year subscription to the Tennessee Bar Journal. For federal income tax purposes, TBA dues (regular and section dues) may be deductible as a business expense but are not deductible as a charitable contribution. The TBA estimates that ten percent (10%) of dues are allocable to nondeductible lobbying expense. Therefore, ninety percent (90%) of dues are deductible to the full extent provided by law.

Your Acount Information
Enter a name or nickname that will be used for your name tag at TBA events.
Please enter a telephone number without punctuation. use space x### for an extension e.g. 6155551111 x222.
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Format: 11/26/2014
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Enter first year licensed. Law students should enter their expected graduation year
Your Areas of Interest
Your Service to the Profession
Many attorneys freely give their time and talents to improve our profession, our system of justice and our communities. Gathering information about this volunteer work by lawyers is essential to efforts to obtain and to maintain funding for civil and criminal legal services for the indigent and for promoting and maintaining the image of the legal profession. We want to be able to tell legislators and the public about the tremendous contribution lawyers make to their communities. Please indicate how many hours of voluntary, uncompensated service you performed in 2012.
Pro Bono Legal Representation
enter hours working with each option
NON-Legal Volunteering
Mentoring, fund-raising, coaching, etc.
NON-Representation Services
Mediation, uncompensated GAL service, board of directors, etc.
Your Subscriptions to Electronic Publications
(choose as many as you like)
Subscribe to TBALink Talk Electronic Forum
This lively electronic forum allows members to keep their fingers on the pulse of the Tennessee legal community and post questions about particular legal questions or issues.
TBAToday brings you all the daily court opinions that formally were delivered by Opinion Flash plus news items specific to the legal community.
Your Section Memberships
The Tennessee Bar Association supports 27 sections that focus on specialized legal or practice areas. As a member of a TBA section, you are part of a group that influences legislation and court rules, receives specialized information and newsletters, gets advance notice of TBA section programming and receives special prices on continuing legal education forums and other programs. Find the sections you want to be a part of from the list below
Your LAWPAC Contribution

TBA members consistently say that advocacy is one of the most important tasks performed by their association. When the General Assembly meets, the TBA is there for you, advocating for the profession, the judicial system and the reforms that improve the practice of law and ensure equal justice for all of our citizens.

To continue this work, the TBA is asking for your support of LAWPAC, a non-profit, non-partisan statewide political action program that is committed to helping strengthen the legal profession in Tennessee. your contribution will be combined with those from other lawyers across the state who believe it is vital to elect candidates concerned with the measures that can be detrimental or helpful to the preservation of our profession.

Please consider making a contribution to LAWPAC.

*LAWPAC contributions are not deductible as either a charitable contribution nor a business expense.

Your Account Access Information
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