Don’t wait, register now for the NABE A&F Workshop and the 2017 NABE Midyear Meeting!
If you haven’t registered yet, don’t miss your chance to head to warm, sunny Miami for the NABE Administration and Finance Section Workshop, January 30-31, and the 2017 NABE Midyear Meeting, January 31-February 2, at the Hyatt Regency Miami. This year’s A&F Workshop features a variety of in-depth discussions on financial best practices and the tools you’ll need to keep your bar association out of HR trouble. The Midyear Meeting is also packed with educational sessions that are sure to steer you in the right direction and features topics for all  bar association staff such as membership benefits, staff development and engagement, mindfulness, survey metrics and much, much more. So, don’t wait! Register now for the A&F Workshop and the Midyear Meeting and get the professional development you need to tackle your workplace challenges.

DBS Benchmark Survey
Order your copy of the 2016 State and Local Bar Benchmarks Survey: Membership, Leadership and Governance today! The Benchmarks Survey provides a blueprint of the membership and governance structures of over 160 state and local bar associations. Groupings by bar size and type make comparisons with peers effortless. The publication also offers an analysis of significant changes from previous surveys. If you responded to the survey, please contact Joanne O’Reilly for your discount code (40% off the purchase price through February 3, 2017).

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