Become a CDCBAA Member for 2024
We are now accepting payment for 2024 membership. Membership includes up to 8 MCLE seminars (per membership year) at two hours each (including the annual James T. King Symposium), presented by top practitioners from both the creditor and debtor bar, judges, members of the court staff, bankruptcy trustees and other bankruptcy professionals. Courses are specialized and focused on the area of law you practice, work with daily, and live in, with particular emphasis on practicing in the Central District. Also included is one ticket to the annual Calvin Ashland Awards Dinner, remote webinar participation for MCLE programs (when available) and access to the Message Board (formerly listserv), on which you can discuss the latest bankruptcy issues with knowledgeable and experienced members. Up to 16 hours of MCLE credits, a gala dinner, and a discussion forum to get questions answered is a tremendous bargain with annual dues for the upcoming year at only $250.
Apply for Membership : If you're already a member and wish to renew, welcome back and please CLICK HERE to login to your existing account to conveniently renew online. If you are not currently a member but wish to become one, please see Top 8 Reasons to Join and continue below!
Apply for Membership : I hereby apply for membership in the CDCBAA, Central District Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Association, a nonprofit association, for calendar year 2024. I understand the basic goals of the organization are to: address issues and concerns which affect consumer bankruptcy attorneys and their clients in the Central District of California; and to provide educational and networking opportunities for attorneys who primarily represent consumer bankruptcy debtors. As a condition of membership, I declare as follows:
I understand the cdcbaa is incorporated as a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization and that a portion of my dues will not be deductible as a business expense because cdcbaa advocates within California for legislation on behalf of consumer debtors.