IndyBar: Fall Into Membership: It Has Its Benefits

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Have you renewed your IndyBar membership for 2023?

By now, you should have received several taps on your shoulder that it’s renewal time at IndyBar. Have you taken the time to reply to that email or peruse that piece of mail and renew?

From practice groups to networking events to pro bono activities, there are countless ways to maximize membership. Time dedicated to IndyBar activities is relative to the type of experience a member is seeking. Members can volunteer as much or as little time as they desire. As you know, there are many amazing avenues to travel by participating — you have the chance to mix with other legal professionals in and out of your practice area at every IndyBar event. Being involved could help expand your professional resources and open doors to your future — the networking possibilities are endless!

Remember, IndyBar membership is open to attorneys in good standing of the bar of any state, territory or district of the United States, members of the judiciary, law school faculty, paralegals and law students of any accredited law school, and membership dues for standard attorney members are based on number of years of experience. We also offer membership classifications and rates for government attorneys, law school faculty and more.

Don’t forget to complete your membership application, online or contact IndyBar at 317-269-2000.

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