Purpose Become a Member Meetings Members Area
Committee Forum
Federal Circuit Bar Journal
Available Resources
Career Center
Leaders Circle
International Series
Related Associations
Online Webcast Viewing
Program Information
CLE Information
Purchase Resources
PTO Pro Bono Program
MSPB Pro Bono Program
Friedman Memorial Committee
Historic Perspectives
Global Fellows
Member Login

Become part of The Federal Circuit Bar Association.  Be part of those pursuing the best for the Circuit community. Experience what membership means:

Take the financially beneficial route of membership in the Federal Circuit Bar Association - Join!  With the programming calendar year beginning, now is the time.  M
embership gains the advantages of the Association through preferential pricing and bundling.  

Make a Difference!  Join the Federal Circuit Bar Association!  Sponsorship opportunities evidencing your role and that of your organization in the community are also available.  Place your brand among the best in the profession: 2016 Leaders Circle Sponsors
&  2016 Global Series Sponsors.  For Leaders Circle Sponsorship inquiries, please contact Pam Twiford, Senior Staff for Programming at twiford@fedcirbar.org or via (202) 765.1139.  Global Series Sponsorship inquires should be directed to Jeremy Atkinson, Senior Staff for Information Technology and Administration at atkinson@fedcirbar.org or via (202) 558.2406.

The Federal Circuit Bar Association is a national organization for the bar of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Leadership of the Association comes from all areas of the country and represents all areas of the legal community of the Federal Circuit. The Association was organized to unite the different groups who practice within the legal community of the Federal Circuit. It seeks to strengthen and serve the Court through its Committees. The Association offers a forum for common concerns and dialogue between bar and court, government counsel and private practitioner, litigator, and corporate counsel. Periodically it sponsors regional seminars reviewing current practice in the Court.

The Federal Circuit Bar Association 1620 I Street, NW Suite 801 Washington, DC 20006 P: 202-466-3923 F: 202-833-1061
Privacy Policy