Delinquency - Fourteenth Judicial District Bar Dues Only
Members are past due as of the date on their printed invoice. Most active members for 2014-2015 have a due date of Friday, October 31, 2014. Any payment postmarked by Monday November 3 will be posted without a service charge. Payments sent or made online after November 3 should include the $15 service charge.
Before a member is reported to the NC State Bar as delinquent, that member will receive multiple email reminders and another printed invoice, followed by a two-year bill for the subsequent fiscal year. That two-year bill is essentially a final notice. Those who remain unpaid or unresolved by ten days past the one-year anniversary of a bill's printing, are then reported to the NC State Bar. The NCSB typically issues a Notice to Show Cause to each individual who remains over one year past due in the payment of their local Judicial District Bar dues.
Fourteenth Judicial District Bar – Dues Paid Roster as of October 28, 2014
Click here for a list of those individuals who have paid the $75 mandatory dues to the Fourteenth Judicial District Bar as of October 28, 2014. Attorneys licensed in the fall of 2014 are exempt from dues for their first year of active practice. This roster will be updated on November 4.
You may also download the roster from this link: Dues Status - Fourteenth Judicial District Bar YTD
Durham County Bar Association – Dues Paid Roster as of October 28, 2014
The following individuals have paid the $125 ($60 if licensed in 2014) voluntary dues to the Durham County Bar Association as of October 28, 2014. This roster will be updated on November 4.
Those who wish to join may pay online at www.durhambar.org, using their NC State Bar number as the user name and password. Some members who were added recently have the password "durhambar" - please attempt both before resetting or emailing for help. Questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your billing address was taken from the NC State Bar Roster as of July 15, 2014. To update your address with the Fourteenth, you must update your address with the NC State Bar. To view and download a reprint of your invoice, you may scroll through the VERY LARGE attached file.