NACBA Membership Promotion

New NACBA Member Promotion!


Renew Your Membership for a Chance to Win!

Renew your membership this month and be entered to win a copy of NCLC’s Quick Guide to Federal Evidence and Objections (value $35). An essential practice tool for federal (and even state) court litigation, facilitating objection by rule number, and including common objections and motions at every stage of a case.

In addition to the Quick Guide to Evidence, winners will also receive the guide inside a NACBA logo portfolio (value $50). This portfolio even includes a protective space for your tablet!

Just renew your membership for a chance at winning two great items from NACBA. Two (2) winners will be chosen at random each month.

Renew Your NACBA Dues For A Chance to Win the NCLC Consumer Bankruptcy Law and Practice Volume I & II!

Renew Your NACBA Membership and Be Entered To Win!

We are so excited about our new membership promotion! When you renew your NACBA Membership from January 2017-July 2017  you will be entered to win a copy of NCLC Consumer Bankruptcy Law and Practice Volume I & II, Eleventh Edition (Value $130). This is the definitive consumer bankruptcy treatise, updated with the latest case law and changes to the Bankruptcy Code, Forms, Fee Schedules, Rules, and case law written by Henry Sommer, the nation’s leading consumer bankruptcy author, and edited by John Rao, a former member of the federal Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Bankruptcy Rules. This 11th edition of the NCLC Consumer Bankruptcy Law and Practice Volume I & II is a must have resource for any Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney.

Two winners, will be selected at random, each month including last month, so make sure you update your dues to be entered to win!

 Read what people are saying about this invaluable resource:

-“No bankruptcy practitioner, no matter how experienced, should be without this volume.” —  Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Former Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

-“Consumer Bankruptcy Law and Practice is a must for every counselor and practicing bankruptcy lawyer in the consumer field. I hope practitioners in my court acquaint themselves with this valuable work. —  Judge Marilyn Morgan, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of California