Join / Renew
Membership is rewarding!
As a WBA member, you have access to exclusive social events, pro bono opportunities, and free and discounted CLE events. In addition, all WBA members are listed in the online directory. When you join or renew your membership online (as opposed to via mail), you are creating a WBA account that will provide you full control over your WBA directory profile. This allows you to easily maintain your profile with your current contact information, biography, practice areas, photos, and more.
To join as a new member, simply complete the form below and click submit. You will then be redirected to PayPal to make your $50 payment. Your profile will be available on the website as soon as your payment is received.
If you are an existing member and just need to pay your annual membership fee, simply login to your account using the box in the upper right hand corner of this page (click here if you need to reset your password), review and update your information in the form below, and click submit. You will then be redirected to PayPal to make your $50 payment. Your profile will be available on the website as soon as your payment is received.
Applying via Mail
All new and renewing members are encouraged to enroll and renew through the website because this gives you an opportunity to be in control of your WBA directory profile; however, if you need to apply online, please complete the Application for Membership Form and mail your $50 payment to PO BOX 7117, The Woodlands, TX 77387.
For questions concerning membership, please contact email@example.com.
For technical problems with your login or the online form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
By entering your information and clicking the submit button, you certify that you are duly licensed (whether on active or inactive status) in Texas or another U.S. jurisdiction and that you are in good standing with the authorities who govern or regulate the practice of law in the jurisdictions in which you are licensed, or you are currently serving as a judge or legislator within the State of Texas.