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P.O. Box 11163
Newport News, VA 23601


 

 
The next membership meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, October 11, 2017, at 3 p.m. at the Marriott at City Center. Barbara Saunders, Esquire, with the Virginia State Bar, will present a two hour program on ethics.  
                   

July 12, 2017 -  Monthly business meeting CANCELED
 
September 13, 2017 
-  Monthly business meeting; Chief Myers will be our guest speaker
 
October 11, 2017 -  Monthly business meeting; Barbara Saunders, Esq., will present a 2 hours ethics CLE
 
November 8, 2017 -  Monthly business meeting   
 
December 13, 2017 -  Monthly business meeting.   
 



 



The Membership Committee promotes and encourages membership in the Newport News Bar Association through recruiting, retaining, and renewing membership of new and existing members.  The Committee recommends policies, procedures, and initiatives to assure a growing and thriving membership organization.  The Committee also recommends proposed changes in membership regulations to the Board of Directors, and actively promotes and encourages membership participation in Bar activities.

Dues for government attorneys and those who are eligible for the Young Lawyers Committee are $100. To be a member of the Young Lawyers Committee, you must have been in practice for less than five years OR be 35 years old or younger.

Honorary Membership is an option for those 70 years old and older; however, please be advised that Honorary members are not voting members. If you would like to become an Honorary Member, please so indicate on the attached form and simply return it to the address shown on the attached form. No payment is necessary.

Active and Associate memberships (those who do not fall in one of the above two categories) are $200.  Associate membership is for those who do not meet the requirements for active membership, but wish to become a member of the Bar in order to take advantage of all that the Bar has to offer.  Associate members are nonvoting members and cannot serve on the Board.




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