Frontenac Law Association
2017 Annual Membership Fees
Fee Structure

Membership Category Total
Lawyer – Up to Five Years in Practice (Junior)

Full Practice

$169.50
    Associate (Part-time, Job Sharing, Parental Leave, Out of Town) $141.25
Lawyer – Over Five Years in Practice (Senior)

Full practice

 

$226.00

    Associate (Part-time, Job Sharing, Parental Leave, Out of Town) $141.25
Lawyer – Non Practicing
     Professor 141.25
     Unemployed, Retired, Not Practicing Due to Disability NIL
Law Student

University, Articling

$56.50
Judge $141.25
Honorary Member NIL
50+ Years at the Bar NIL

PAYMENT DUE WITH APPLICATION

 

SECTIONS

Estates & Trusts

Co-chairs:  Paul Fleming/Angela Fallow

 $22.60

Family

Co-chairs:  Carolyn Shelley/ Theresa Van Luven

 $22.60

Real Estate

Chair: Rob Martin

 No fee

Young Lawyers Group 

Co-chairs:  Kevin Cooke/Robert Maratta (called to the Bar 10 yrs. or less)

 No fee

Civil

Chairs to be determined

No fee

                               Total 2017 FLA Fee (HST is included in fee)

$

MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION


Name :
Year of Call ( mandatory )
Articling YesNo
Law Society Number:
Firm name:
Name/Address:
Postal Code
Telephone number
Fax number
Email
Web address:
Areas of practice (for lawyers called to the Bar only)
Preferred method of notification:
Email :
Phone :
Receipt required (Y/N) YesNo

Members may access their profile at www.cfla.on.ca

Please make cheque payable to the Frontenac Law Association and mail to:
Frontenac Law Association
Frontenac County Court House
5 Court Street
Kingston, ON  K7L 2N4

OR
 E-transfer to library@cfla.on.ca along with your form.

PRIVACY OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

At the Frontenac Law Association, the privacy of your personal information has always been, and always will be, of paramount importance to us.  Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) became in force on January 1, 2004.  The FLA makes every effort to be fully compliant with PIPEDA.  We will obtain personal information only as necessary for the purposes relevant to serving you and will not release, retain or use that information for other purposes.

MEMBERSHIP DEFINITIONS

  1. General Membership

The general membership shall consist of those persons whose applications for membership in the Association have been approved by the Board of Directors and who have paid the annual membership dues determined by the Board of Directors.  Only licensees of the Law Society of Upper Canada who hold a Class L1, Class L2, or Class L3 licence, shall be entitled to apply for membership as a general member;

  1.    Life Members

Individual persons whose applications for membership are approved by the Board                  of Directors and who pay a fee determined by the Board shall be deemed life members and shall be   entitled to all the rights and privileges of general members, including the    right to vote and such other rights and privileges the Directors of the Corporation may from time to time grant to such life members. Individuals who are life members of the Law Society of Upper Canada shall be entitled to apply for membership as a life member. In addition, the Board may, in its discretion, grant life membership to any person.

  1.  Honorary Members

The Board of Directors may, in its discretion, appoint any person as an honorary member of the Corporation.  Honorary members shall be entitled to such rights and privileges as the Board of Directors shall by resolution determine provided that honorary members shall not be entitled to vote at meetings of members.

  1.  Student Members

Student members of the Law Society of Upper Canada shall be entitled to apply for membership as student members of the Corporation, subject to approval by the Board of Directors and payment of any fee determined by the Board. Student members shall be entitled to all rights and privileges of general members, save and except the right to vote.

  1. Retired Members

Retired members must be fully retired from the practice of law; no longer providing legal services; and identified as ‘retired’ by the Law Society of Upper Canada.