Law School Membership

Membership Benefits Include:

  • One member vote on business and matters presented for approval of the NCJFCJ membership and one appointment to serve on NCJFCJ committees
  • One complimentary conference registration for one student or faculty member to attend either the NCJFCJ Annual Conference or the NCJFCJ National Conference on Juvenile Justice (travel and housing costs not included)
  • Guest presentations by NCJFCJ members or faculty on juvenile and family law topics
  • Subscription to the nationally-distributed NCJFCJ membership e-magazine, IN SESSION, and opportunities to publish papers and articles as well as news and accomplishments of your law school, faculty, and students on the NCJFCJ website and in the e-magazine
  • Discounts on select NCJFCJ conferences and continuing education opportunities with national expert faculty who address emerging issues in the field
  • Whenever possible, exclusive access to and networking opportunities with NCJFCJ's members, juvenile and family court judges and law professionals and organizations from across the nation
  • Discounts on NCJFCJ publications and access to information and resources of the NCJFCJ, including the National Center for Juvenile Justice, NCJFCJ's research division
  • Twenty percent discount on an institutional subscription to the NCJFCJ quarterly, peer-reviewed Juvenile and Family Court Journal
  • Regular electronic communication regarding NCJFCJ's federal policy work and cutting-edge publications, educational programs, and research
  • Discounts on select conference advertising opportunities
  • Recognition as a member on the NCJFCJ website (approx. 10,000 visits monthly) and on social media (approx. 4,000 followers)
  • Access to NCJFCJ’s official logo and permission to use it on website and promotional materials recognizing your membership

For further information, questions, and to purchase a Law School Membership contact Sarah Grabowska at (775) 507-4825 or