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LBA Membership Categories:
Any member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania is eligible for full membership if a law office or principal residence in Lancaster County is maintained or has previously been a full member of the association.
Public Sector Members
For those who are employed full-time by a public interest agency or by a federal, state or local government agency.
Any member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania who does not qualify for full membership, and any attorney admitted to the bar of the highest court of another state or foreign country. Not eligible to vote.
Any person who (i) retires from the practice of law in this Commonwealth or is otherwise on inactive status and is in good standing, (ii) is at least 50 years of age at the time of ceding his/her PA law license, (iii) was a full member of the Association for at least 10 years, and (iv) who at the time of ceding his/her PA law license or .going on inactive status was an active member of the Association. Not eligible to vote.
A member who has paid dues regularly for at least 50 years, has reached the age of 70 years, and is an active practitioner of the Bar in good standing. A written request must be made to become an Emeritus Member.
Any person enrolled in good standing at any accredited school of law. Not eligible to vote.
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