The All-Access Pass gives you access to unlimited* live and on-demand CLE for only $195. Hurry! the pass can only be purchased until September 1.
The pass is valid from the date of purchase through April 30, 2024. *exclusions apply, including multi-day CLEs, the AOAIOIP and select CLEs
Sustaining members help ensure that the CBA can continue to make a difference in the Greater Cincinnati Legal Community. Sustaining members also have access to three levels of exclusive benefits:
Gain remote access to the following legal information databases with a $55 subscription to the Hamilton County Law Library:
Westlaw is also available onsite!
A subscription with the Hamilton County Law Library grants you access to premium content from some of the top legal research databases, research assistance, videoconferencing facilities, photocopying, faxing, and email services as well as circulation access to their large collection of materials including historic copies of statutes, session laws and a treatise collection that spans many substantive areas.
This special offer for Solo and Small Firm CBA Members is available when you renew your CBA membership* from now until May 1, 2023.
Solo attorneys and firms with 100% subscription receive full access to library resources. An individual at a firm that doesn’t subscribe can also be a subscriber, but with fewer privileges. Individual attorneys with non-subscribing firms do not have off-site access to legal information databases. Database offerings subject to change. For more information about the benefits of a subscription at the Hamilton County Law Library, please visit lawlibrary.hamiltoncountyohio.gov/join/benefits. *Current Law Library subscribers who are interested in pursuing this option should contact the Law Library at 513-946-5300 to determine eligibility.
Special Membership Categories
Special Membership Categories have voting restrictions.
Email email@example.com to ask about our reduced rates for government attorneys who were admitted between 2015 and 2018!
CBA membership and sustaining dues are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. However, it may be deductible as a business expense.