Click here for step-by-step instructions on how to pay your dues online.
The Indiana State Bar Association has begun invoicing membership dues electronically for 2015-2016. With the State Bar's new website and membership database, dues notices and reminders are automatically sent to your email address. You can also print your membership card instantly!
If you need to print an invoice, please follow these simple steps:
Sign in at www.inbar.org & click "Manage Profile"
Click "Renew Your Membership Now"
Build your invoice by selecting your membership type, sections & voluntary contributions.
Click "Check/Money Order" under "Payment Information"
Click "Submit Securely" & the next screen will provide a link to view & print your invoice
If you haven't signed in to the new ISBA website yet, here's what you need: Username: your membership #; Password: inbar1896.
You can update your MyISBA profile today at www.inbar.org to make sure we have your current email address. Note: As a member, your online profile has already been created for you. Once signed in, you can update your contact information (to include your preferred email address), access member-exclusive pricing for CLE programs, utilize online discussion forums and more.
We'd also like to take this opportunity to remind you of some of the many benefits of membership in your professional association:
Receive valuable insight from your peers on our online discussion forums.
Grow your skill set with free & discounted CLE (to include 3 free ethics hours).
Accelerate your career with Casemaker, our free online research tool.
Stay current with ISBA substantive publications, print & electronic.
Network with your bench & bar colleagues at meetings & events.
Save money with discounts on office products, travel & much more.
Wow! This is a TERRIBLE website. My dues notice said I can pay my dues online at www.inbar.org, but there is no simple way to do this. You have all kinds of useless information on the website (ISBA bow tie sales is particularly imaginative as a item anyone would want), but no quick "Pay dues here button".
Was your website designed by an 80 year old who just found out about the web. You need to clean this up.