This renewal season, membership is more important than ever

  • June 10, 2020

As Canada’s legal profession powers through this unprecedented time, the CBA has launched its 2020 membership renewal campaign. The message? More than ever, CBA membership is important.

After all, the profession is changing. COVID-19 is shaping the way we do business and technology continues to influence every aspect of our profession. At a time when the only constant is change, a CBA membership offers support, connection, opportunities and resources to navigate, survive and thrive.

“Since the start of the pandemic, the CBA has stepped up to serve our members with webinars, information and resources,” says CBA President Vivene Salmon. “We’re helping our members support their clients, plan their transition to in-office operations and adapt to new technologies.”

What’s more, the CBA has been at the forefront of discussions with government and the courts at all levels to adjust to practicing law in the current environment.

Now’s the time to renew your CBA membership for these important benefits:

  • Get access to responsive resources such as our COVID-19 Resource Hub, which is packed with up-to-the-minute information on courts, government programs, business and technology solutions, and pandemic preparedness.
  • Grow your skills, knowledge and readiness with over 50 programs developed since the start of the pandemic on issues like best practices for remote hearings, pandemic-related class actions, return to the office, and lawyer health and wellness.
  • Have your voice heard on important legislative, regulatory and policy issues. CBA has developed outreach mechanisms with key government agencies, all levels of courts, and law firms of all sizes to collect feedback and communicate issues important to the legal community
  • Network and build connections within and outside your area of practice, from coast to coast to coast. The CBA has the strength, size and scope to support your career and your growth.

“We’re working hard to support you,” says Salmon. “We’ll continue to be here to help you keep pace with changes in the legal profession and position you and your practice for success now and in the future.”

Renew now