Why Become a Dues-Paying Member?

AAABA is an active and diverse organization. As a member, you receive numerous benefits, including: 

  • Free affiliate membership to NAPABA, normally $100 . Students receive this benefit as well
  • Free or discounted access to AAABA and sister bar association events and special programs
  • ​Free or discounted CLEs, including ethics, through luncheons and special programs
  • ​Networking opportunities with judges, attorneys, in-house counsels, law professors, and other professionals
  • Notice regarding job postings
  • ​Referral service among members
  • Collaboration with sister bar associations
  • Ability to run for open seats on the Board of Directors and to vote for AAABA officers and directors


How to Join:  (1) Fill out the Membership Information and Newsletter Subscription Form. A new tab will open to confirm your submission. (2) If you are NOT a student, pay your dues with a credit/debit card or check.

  • Credit/Debit Card: Dues can be paid through PayPal. Select the membership level and indicate the registering member's name. A new tab will open for payment information. All PayPal transactions are subject to a $2.55 surcharge.
  • Check: Dues can also be paid by check. Make the check payable to "AAABA" for the appropriate dues amount, indicate the appropriate calendar year on the check, and indicate the registering member(s)'s name(s). Please mail payments to: ​​

c/o Shama Thathi
     Tiffany & Bosco P.A.
     Camelback Esplanade II, Seventh Floor
     2525 E. Camelback Road
     Phoenix, AZ 850146

​​​​​Membership Dues: Our dues coincide with the calendar year. Existing members: please renew your dues yearly to maintain active member status. 

  • Attorney Member: $75 per year
  • Non-Attorney Member: $30 per year
  • Law Student Member: Free while in law school

Renewing DuesMaintaining your active membership is easy and essential to continuing AAABA's efforts and programming within our community. You can renew your dues in three ways:

  • Online: Dues can be renewed online with a credit/debit card through PayPal. Please provide the registered member's name. Payment subject to a $2.55 surcharge.
  • Mail: Dues can also be renewed by mailing a check payable to AAABA at the above address. Please provide the year your payment is for and the registered member's name.
  • MCBA: Members that are also MCBA members can renew their AAABA dues by checking the "Arizona Asian American Bar Association" box on their MCBA Membership invoice and submitting the dues along with their MCBA dues.

​To pay/renew dues using PayPal, select the payment amount and subscribe below

*Convenience fee added for using PayPal. 
**Students need not submit a payment.

Membership questions can be sent to our Membership Committee. If your membership details have changed, let us know by filling out the membership form. As an existing member, you will be prompted to update your information.​

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Please note this important policy update from AAABA:

June 18, 2018

“Recurring Payments” on PayPal are payments that automatically renew on a regular basis.  You are automatically signed up for Automatic Payments when you pay your AAABA dues via PayPal.  YOU MUST OPT OUT OF AUTOMATIC PAYMENTS IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO BE AUTOMATICALLY CHARGED EACH YEAR. 

AAABA will NOT refund any Recurring Payments on PayPal.  If you inadvertently pay AAABA dues more than once in a year, AAABA will apply the additional payments to your AAABA membership dues for the following years. 
How to opt out of Automatic Payments: 

  • Log in to www.paypal.com.  
  • Click on the Tools icon (see screenshot below) on the top right-hand side of your home PayPal page, to the left of “Log Out.”
  • You will see four options displayed across the top of the webpage, called “Account,” “Security,” “Payments,” and “Notifications.”
  • Click on “Payments.”
  • Click on “Manage pre-approved payments.”
  • Click on “Arizona Asian American Bar Association” on the left-hand side of the page.
  • You will see several categories displayed down your webpage, including “Status,” “Payment Method,” and “Shipping Address,” for example.
  • In the “Status” category, click on the blue-circled “Cancel” on the right-hand side of the page, which is to the right of the word “Active.”
  • Click “Cancel Connection.”
Payment Options *Convenience fee added for paying via PayPal
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