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The NJSBA relies on its members, who volunteer their time and expertise, to lead its sections, committees and division. That service is invaluable. It supports the association's mission and its over 18,000 members. 
   

   
   
Being a leader is no easy feat, especially when it is done in concert with running a busy practice. Here is a library of resources to help you:
   
NJSBA Bylaws
   
NJSBA Policy Manual
   
The NJSBA is committed to fostering diversity and inclusion in the profession and association. All association leaders are asked to review the action plan and submit a checklist each year.
NJSBA Diversity Action Plan and Checklist
   
Read more about what resources are available.
NJSBA Leadership Manual

NJSBA Chair Report
Complete your Section/Committee Chair report by clicking on the link below and submitting the form OR submitting one of the PDF forms below. Note - Login is required. 
Click Here to Submit Your Section/Committee Chair Report 
    
The New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education is the educational arm of the association. Tell us if you have an idea for a CLE program or a speaker suggestion.

NJICLE Call for Speakers and Ideas
   
ADVOCACY
   
Learn more about the role sections and committees play in helping form the NJSBA’s official position on legislation.
Check out a webinar and presentation here.
   
Do you know of a case in your practice area that might benefit from NJSBA involvement?
Amicus Request Form
   
Is there a piece of legislation your group wants to bring to the attention of the NJSBA Board of Trustees?
Legislative Position Form
   
MEETINGS
   
Planning and holding meetings is a mainstay of NJSBA sections, committees and divisions.
   
NJSBA Calendar
   
Legal Community Calendar
   
Meetings Staff Responsibilities
   
Monthly Meeting Schedule
   
New Jersey Law Center menus
   
COMMUNITYNET - Connect with your members
   
Network, share, collaborate, publish, learn and belong on secure, web-based members only groups on CommunityNET. Each section, committee and division has its own website where members can post and reply to discussions, share and download information in libraries, find an event calendar specific to the group, and more.
   
Get the CommunityNET Tutorial Hand-Out
Watch the CommunityNET Tutorial Webinar 

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