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By joining the BBA, you become part of an exciting network based on education, community service and access to justice. With hundreds of programs, events and pro bono projects each year, there are many opportunities to take advantage of this network. We look forward to welcoming you to the BBA!

Please note that if you are a member of a Sponsor Firm or Organization, you should not join online. Please email Ashley Young ( if you are with one of those organizations to activate your membership.

If you are a Law Student at Boston College Law School, Boston University School of Law, New England Law | Boston, Northeastern University School of Law, or Suffolk University Law School, please join online only with your school-provided campaign code.  If you don’t have access to the code or have questions, please email for assistance.

Renew Your BBA Membership

To Renew, please click the link above to pay online by logging into your BBA web account or call 617-778-2040 ext. 2 to pay over the phone. If you have questions, please email

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Become a Premier Member of the BBA

Become a Premier Member to demonstrate your steadfast support for the BBA’s mission to advance the highest standards of excellence, increase access to justice, and serve the community at large. Premier members will enjoy these enhanced benefits such as Free CLE’s, exclusive discounts on conferences and recognition on the website and other publications.

Add a Section To Your BBA Membership

With 24 Sections and over 70 Committees, Section membership is a way for you tailor your membership to YOUR interests.

Member of an Affinity Bar?

Members of the following Massachusetts-based minority bar associations may be eligible for a 20% dues reduction: AALAM, Mass LGBTQ Bar, MAHA, MBLA, MBWA, SABA GB. Please contact: or call 617-778-2040

Deductibility of Dues

Payments of dues, gifts or other contributions to the Boston Bar Association are not tax deductible contributions for income tax purposes. They may be deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense to the extent not allocated to lobbying. The BBA estimates that the non-deductible portion allocable to lobbying is 5%.