Become a Member of NCBA

Industry-leading education, free virtual NCBA CLE, networking opportunities, advocacy support, annual conferences are just a few of the many reasons why organizations choose NCBA as a trusted partner.

All member organizations agree to adhere to the NCBA Code of Conduct as a condition of membership. If your organization is a member of a State Creditors Bar Association (SCBA), you can deduct the amount of SCBA dues you pay from your first year of NCBA membership dues. Send your SCBA dues receipt to [email protected] and we will apply your discount to your first year membership invoice. 

Membership Types and Benefits

Law Firm

Law firms engaged in the active practice of creditors rights law, including solo practitioners, are eligible for membership provided certain qualifications are met.

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In-House Counsel

In-house counsel for any company or firm not practicing law or an attorney employed full-time by an organization not engaged in the practice of law.

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Law Firm memberships are firm-based. If your firm is already a member, then so are you! Create your own account to take advantage of your firm's membership.Create Account

Annual Industry Partnerships

While not eligible for membership, vendors and suppliers to the creditors rights industry can reach NCBA member law firms—and support NCBA and the creditors rights industry—through Annual Industry Partnerships. We will collaborate with you to create a customized and impactful partnership.