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Members

For both NEW & EXISTING Members, you must log in to: JOIN NCAWA, to RENEW your membership, or to REGISTER for an event.  

 

If you have a problem, please either email admin@ncawa.org or call 704.940.1707

EXISTING USERS

 

If your membership has lapsed, please click the Renew button below.

If you already have an account, then please click the button below to log in.  You likely have an account if you are receiving NCAWA emails.  If you do not remember your password, click “Forgot Password" to receive an email with a link to reset it.  If you do not remember your username, you can click "Forgot Username" or try using your email address.  If you receive a message that you do not have an account, then you should try logging in as a "New User."  

NEW USERS

 

If you are a new user, please register by clicking the Log In link below.  You are likely a “New User” if any or all of the following: you have never been a member of NCAWA; you do not receive NCAWA emails; you are a law student and have never been a member of NCAWA; you are not a woman attorney; you are not an attorney.  If you receive a message that you already have an account, then you should try logging in as an "Existing User."

Need a Paper Application? Click here

 

By providing your email address, you agree to receive emails from North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys.

MEMBER BENEFITS

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

We encourage our members to become involved in one or more of our committees.  The experience gained is invaluable and provides a great foundation for further leadership positions.
 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Each year, through our Chapters and Annual Conference, the NCAWA organizes a wide variety of dynamic programs. Typically held during lunchtime or after work, our programs address topics that include substantive legal issues, practice development, career development, and matters of general concern to all women.  These programs feature experts, authors, dignitaries, and government officials, many of whom are our very own members.

 

AN INSTANT NETWORK

Membership in the NCAWA opens doors.  Through your involvement in the NCAWA, you have the opportunity to network with women and men who are at the very top of our profession.  Members of the NCAWA support each other, developing mentoring relationships, serving as role models, and creating opportunities for one another.

 

FIRST-CLASS EVENTS

Each year, the NCAWA hosts annual events that provide members an opportunity to meet and hear from prominent individuals in the profession. 

 

RECOGNITION & VISIBILITY

We all know it’s awkward to toot your own horn.  Let the NCAWA promote your accomplishments and achievements in our newsletters and e-blasts, and on our website.  We are committed to advancing women as leaders and role models in the profession.

 

A CONNECTION TO THE COMMUNITY

NCAWA maintains a commitment to improving the lives of women and North Carolinians.  Through our members, we support many community service projects and programs to support the community.  Among other things, NCAWA provides scholarships to women law students in North Carolina. 

 

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS:
  • The opportunity to network with hundreds of members, both women and men, from the judiciary, law firms, corporations, non-profits, and the government.

  • A subscription to NCAWA's member newsletters.

  • Membership option with any of NCAWA's eight local Chapters located throughout North Carolina.  

  • Preferential registration fees and discounts for many NCAWA and local Chapter programs and events.

  • NCAWA Online Member Directory. This resource puts the entire NCAWA membership at your fingertips, making networking easier than ever. Finding fellow members is just a click away.

Join online (under the Join NCAWA tab), complete a paper membership application, or contact us at 704-940-1707 or admin@ncawa.org for assistance.

 

PRIOR MEMBER RENEWALS:

If you would like to rejoin the NCAWA, please follow these instructions to renew a recently lapsed membership:

  •  Go to www.ncawa.org 

  •  Under the banner "Join NCAWA", click "Renew Membership"

  •  From here, log in with your username (email address) and password.

  • If you need to reset your password Click here 

 

If you would like to rejoin the NCAWA more than a month after your membership expiration, please follow these instructions to renew a lapsed membership:

  • Do not log in on the main page.

  • Select "Join NCAWA" in the banner. 

  • Click "Join"

  • From here, log in with your username (email address) and password.

  • If you need to reset your password Click here 

 

NEW MEMBER REGISTRATIONS:

If you are receiving emails from the North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys, but have not previously been a member, you most likely have a website login already. Please follow these instructions to join:

  • Do not log in on the main page.

  • Select "Join NCAWA" in the banner. 

  • Click "Join"

  • From here, log in with your username (email address) and password.

  • If you need to reset your password Click here

PAPER APPLICATION

Print out the 2023 Membership Application to pay by mail. 

PLEASE NOTE:  All memberships run for the calendar year.  For checks mailed to NCAWA, please expect a turnaround time of approximately two (2) weeks for payment processing.  If you join or renew on or after October 4, 2022 (unless you join as a one-time Half-Year member or unless you renewed earlier through an automatically-generated invoice you received), then your membership will be good through 2023 (i.e. will not expire until December 31, 2023).  *Due to technical restrictions, if you join or renew during the time period between October 4, 2022 and December 31, 2022 and were not a member in 2022, then it is likely that the expiration date on your invoice will say 12/31/2022.  Notwithstanding when you pay said invoice, NCAWA must and will manually update your profile after your dues are processed to reflect a membership expiration date of 12/31/2023.  You may receive automatically-generated emails telling you that your NCAWA membership has lapsed as of 12/31/2022 and/or that you have a new/open invoice for 2023 NCAWA membership dues.  Please do not worry about the emails or new/open invoice!  Once your profile is updated with the 2023 expiration date, the new/open invoice should be voided when the system resets and you should not receive another membership dues invoice until it is time to renew for 2024.  Lastly, you may receive previously-scheduled membership renewal emails from our website.  Please disregard such emails if your membership is up-to-date.  

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