Membership Application

The Harford County Bar Association welcomes new members!

An application consists of 1) completing the online application below and 2) paying yearly dues of $85.00, which dues are automatically pro-rated at the half-year point.  Our year begins in June.

Under our current By-Laws, as Amended March 22, 2016, Article III – Membership is open to:

(a) Any member of the Maryland Bar in good standing who desires admission to the Association shall apply and pay the requisite dues. The applicant shall be subject to review and approval by the Admissions and Membership Committee.

(b) Retired members of the Maryland Bar and judicial law clerks may join the Association as non-voting members.

(c) Membership in the Association shall be terminated immediately upon voluntary resignation; nonpayment of dues as set forth in subsection (d); or suspension or loss of license to practice law by the Court of Appeals of Maryland.

(d) Dues. The Executive Council shall set the amount of dues owed each year. Full dues are due upon receipt of annual invoice. New members shall pay dues upon application to the Association. If a new member applies before January 1, then the full amount of dues are owed. If a new member applies after January 1, then half of the dues are owed. Dues that are delinquent more than thirty (30) days shall be subject to a ten dollar ($10) late fee. Memberships that remain delinquent for more than sixty (60) days shall be automatically terminated.

General Meetings are held the first Wednesday in September and February, and the Annual Meeting is the second Wednesday in May.   Applicants are welcome to attend meetings, events and CLEs while their application is pending formal approval of the Membership Committee.

Please complete the application below.  We do not accept paper applications.

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