Networking and Education
These are the networking and education benefits benefits you can receive when you join the NJSBA.
NJSBA members visit For Members to get complete details on your networking and education benefits.
Section members are listed for FREE in the directory of Attorneys by Practice, a resource for attorneys and members of the public. Visit the Attorneys by Practice Directory.
NJSBA members stay connected with CommunityNET, a social network that enables secure email groups, file sharing, blogs and communities for sections, committees and the Young Lawyers Division.
Continuing Legal Education - All New Jersey attorneys are required to take CLE courses that fulfill Supreme Court requirements. The New Jersey State Bar Association is a New Jersey and Pennsylvania accredited CLE provider. NJSBA sections, committees and divisions can receive accreditation for their meetings, whether they are held at the New Jersey Law Center, at remote locations, weekend conferences, or elsewhere.
NJSBA members save up to 30% on New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE) programs and products.
Section, Committee and Young Lawyers Division Membership - From dispute resolution, to workers' compensation, to children's rights, the NJSBA has over 30 practice-oriented sections and more than 40 committees which represent a diverse spectrum of law, affording its members many career-building opportunities. For attorneys who are younger than 36 or have practiced for less than six years, the Young Lawyers Division provides New Jersey's newest lawyers with an opportunity to network and to enhance their professional development.
Click here to see a list of NJSBA sections, the section leadership and mission.
Webinars for Members - NJSBA affinity partners provide free webinars for members on many topics to improve their practice, their knowledge of current technologies, and to help learn how to fully utilize all features of the benefit being offered.