Whether you are in private practice or in the public sector, TPCBA membership gives you the tools and contacts you need to make your law practice successful.
What does membership in the TPCBA provide?
Join a diverse network of over 1300 colleagues – in private practice, public service, the judiciary, government, academia, and in-house – who share membership to expand personal and professional horizons. By becoming a member today, you help to shape the future of the profession as a critical link in one of its most influential organizations.
Membership creates business opportunities and keeps the phone ringing through the Lawyer Referral Service. Each day LRS staff receive calls from people in our community who need an attorney.
From the Young Lawyers section to committee memberships, membership in the TPCBA gives you the opportunity to become a leader in the Pierce County legal community. New members are also encouraged to take part in the bar’s mentorship program where new attorneys are paired with more experienced attorneys.
Sections & Commitees
Whether you are in a large firm, public sector practice or a solo practitioner, the TPCBA takes great pride in the diversity of its membership. Our Criminal Law and Family Law sections are among the largest and most active in the state and offer guidance to the bar and bench on key issues that affect their practice and clients. The Collaborative Law offers alternatives to traditional litigation.