EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT BAR ASSOCIATION, INC.
The Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association (EJCBA) is a voluntary association open to any Florida Bar member who lives in or regularly practices in the Eighth Judicial Circuit, as well as retired members of the Florida Bar residing in this circuit (voting members), active or inactive members in good standing of the bar of any other state or country who resides within this circuit, faculty members and law students of the University of Florida Levin College of Law (non-voting members).
PLEASE NOTE: Membership year runs July 1st – June 30th. Regardless of when you join, all memberships expire on June 30th and must be renewed annually. We are currently accepting dues for July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020 memberships ONLY at this time.
1st Year Attorney (less than 1 year) Free - If, as of July 1, 2019, you are an attorney in your first year licensed to practice law following law school graduation.
New Attorney (less than 5 years) $70.00 - If, as of July 1, 2019, you are an attorney licensed to practice law for five (5) years or less following graduation from law school;
New Public Service Attorney (less than 10 years) $70.00 - If, as of July 1, 2019, you are a public service attorney licensed to practice law for less than ten (10) years following graduation from law school. A "public service attorney" is defined as an attorney employed as an Assistant State Attorney, or an Assistant Public Defender, or a full-time staff attorney with a legal aid or community legal services organization;
Retired Member of the Florida Bar $70.00 - If you are a Retired Member of the Florida Bar pursuant to Florida Bar Rule 1-3.5 (or any successor Rule), who resides within the Eighth Judicial Circuit.
Attorneys and Judiciary $90.00 - All other attorneys and judiciary.
UF Law Students Free - If you are currently a UF Law Student. Graduation date will need to be provided
** In addition to your EJCBA dues above**
NOTE: EJCBA voting membership is limited to Florida Bar members in good standing who reside or regularly practice law within the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida. EJCBA non-voting membership is limited to active and inactive members in good standing of the bar of any state or country who resides in the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, and to UF College of Law faculty.