Who Are NCJI Fellows?
The lifeblood of NCJI is our members, or Fellows. Attorneys, law firms, and legal associations all serve as members and leaders of the Institute, comprising a diverse body with broad perspectives on how to strengthen the American civil justice system. Every member of the bar in good standing is invited to join NCJI at varying tax-deductible levels of membership.
Joining and Supporting NCJI
Every member of the bar who is in good standing and who supports a strong American civil justice system is invited to become an NCJI Fellow. There are several classes of membership with varying benefits. Dues start as low as $95 per year. There are also opportunities to support NCJI’s activities beyond the regular dues structure. NCJI is a §501(c)(3) organization. To inquire about becoming a Fellow or supporting NCJI in other ways, contact our Executive Director, Mary Collishaw, by email (email@example.com) or phone (202-944-2841). If you’re ready to join the hundreds of attorneys who call themselves NCJI Fellows, click here to join online or download this enrollment form.