Join or Renew Your Membership
For 50 years, the National Immigration Project and its members have been fighting alongside those who bear the brunt of racist and immoral laws. We are proud of our history seeking justice for the most marginalized.
We are continuing to build a political and legal home for our members — the place where you can get answers to difficult legal issues, learn skills and tools, get connected to broader advocacy efforts, and enjoy the company of a like-minded community of advocates and lawyers.
Come find your people!JOIN FOR THE FIRST TIME RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP
As a member, you receive:
- Technical assistance from our staff of nationally-recognized legal experts
- Subscription to dynamic listservs where questions are answered by members who generously share their deep expertise and experience
- Discounts on signature Continuing Legal Education seminars and webinars presented year-round, as well as on legal publications including Kurzban’s Immigration Law Sourcebook
- Complimentary access to the Immigration Advocates Network (IAN), an online network of resource libraries, podcasts, and webinars
- A chance to publicize your legal practice on NIPNLG’s Find An Attorney pages of our public website.
For more information, check out our organizational brochure and detailed membership benefits. Our new membership year begins July 1. We will be adding some exciting new benefits, so stay tuned! Our membership year runs from July 1 to June 30 and is not prorated, but members who join before July 1 will receive complementary benefits until the start of our membership year.
General Member: $200
Nonprofit Atty/Public Defender/Minority Bar Assn/National Lawyers Guild: $160 (20% discount)
Legal Worker/Non-attorney Advocate: $80
Law Student: $40
NIPNLG members may become NEW / first-time NLG members at a discounted rate of $50, thereafter paying the minority bar assn. rate. For further information about the National Lawyers Guild, please click here.
Sponsorship, which is membership at a rate of $400 or above, accrues additional benefits, including a complimentary listing on our Find an Attorney webpage, and the extension of your membership benefits to 2-5 additional individuals (for Levels 2 & 3 respectively).
Sponsor Level 1 - $400
Sponsor Level 2 - $600
Sponsor Level 3 - $1,200
If you would like to create a tailored Sponsorship package for you or your firm, please contact Pamela Goldstein, Director of Development and Communications: 617-227-9727 x5.
Find an Attorney
For Current Members Only
Current members of NIPNLG may post a 12-month listing on our Find an Attorney page for a requested donation of $120. Sponsors receive one complimentary listing.
Please Note: Membership dues may often be deducted as a professional business expense.
Discounts: Non-profit and public sector agencies wishing to enroll at least 5 members may request an organizational discount by contacting Executive Director Sirine Shebaya at Sshebaya@nipnlg.org. To request an individual discount based upon income considerations, please email Pamela Goldstein at Pgoldstein@nipnlg.org.
What the National Immigration Project Means to our Members
“National Immigration Project staff and members are uniquely generous in time and spirit. This is the place to get nonjudgmental help on a legal issue from incredibly smart lawyers, get mentored when you‘re starting out, get trained throughout your career, and get connected to the bigger picture fight. Maybe just as important, sometimes you just need a supportive space to vent about the injustices and frustrations we see and experience everyday with people who share your values. Thank you for creating that space, NIP!”
— National Immigration Project member
“NIP provides me everything I need to be my best immigration lawyer self, and I could never continue, and succeed at times, in advocacy without NIP as my ‘backup’. I am forever grateful for spot-on incredible intellectually-inspired help for decades. The work is tough, but always, NIP members come from everywhere to help one another. I find that to be critically important for my solo practice, working with the absolute best colleagues! 1000 thanks.”
— National Immigration Project member