Membership Information:

 Judge Colaw gives our law students a tour of the courthouse.

Judge Colaw gives our law students a tour of the courthouse.

Membership in the Inn is an excellent opportunity to network with local attorneys, judges, law students and professors and facilitate communication between law students and legal professionals and learn about cutting-edge legal issues, theories, and technology. Membership dues includes attendance at all in meetings, a cocktail reception prior to the meeting and dinner.

Membership in the Inn does not auto-renew from year to year. With the exception of members of the board of directors, members must re-apply for membership to the Inn each year.

Please note the following deadlines for applications: 

  • For prospective attorney members: July 13, 2018   (Apply Now)
  • For prospective student members: August 24, 2018.  (Apply Now)

Note that attendance at Inn meetings is mandatory and you must send a substitute in your place if you are unable to attend. Please make note of our meeting dates. Additionally, all prospective members should reserve the evening of September 27, 2018 on their calendars for new member orientation and welcome reception.

For more information about membership, contact our membership chair.

For Attorneys:

If accepted to the Inn, Attorney Membership dues is $395 per year. A limited number of scholarships are available to defray up to 50% of the cost for public-interest attorneys and attorneys employed by local government or practicing less than 5 years. Scholarships may be applied for at the time of application.

New Members: Apply Online →

For Students:

If accepted to the Inn, law student dues is $200 a year. A limited number of scholarships are available to defray up to 50% of the cost. Scholarships may be applied for at the time of application.

Apply Online → 

 Food, fun and lots of networking at a recent Inn meeting.

Food, fun and lots of networking at a recent Inn meeting.

 Charlie Carter, Esq. and Judge Wilson-Bullard get to know new student members during a "speed mentoring" session.

Charlie Carter, Esq. and Judge Wilson-Bullard get to know new student members during a "speed mentoring" session.