The Lycoming County Court of Common Pleas continues the tradition of admitting new attorneys to practice before the "Several Courts of Lycoming County." The Court often schedules an admission ceremony for December, after the Bar Exam results are reported. Attorneys who have recently commenced practice in Lycoming County are encouraged to participate. The motion and application must be completed and returned to the Court Administrator's office one week prior to the scheduled ceremony. Contact the Court Administrator with questions, (570) 327-2330.
An attorney who maintains or who maintained at the time of retirement, primary residence or a primary office for the practice of law in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, and who meets all of the conditions of membership as established by the LLA from time to time.
An Active Member who has been a member for at least 35 years, has reached the age of at least 75 years, and who desires to continue membership in the Association as a Senior Member. Senior Members shall be entitled to all the rights and privileges of Active Members.
An attorney who is a member in good standing of the Bar of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and who do not qualify for Active Membership shall be eligible for Associate Membership. Associate Members shall be entitled to all rights and privileges of Active Members except the right to vote on Association business or to hold office in the Association.
If you've been a member of LLA for 3 or fewer years, your dues are $75.00 per annum. If you're an Active or Associate member of LLA, your dues are $100.00 per annum. If you're a senior member of LLA (age 75 or older), then you are exempt from dues.
We are a 100% Pennsylvania Bar Association membership bar association. PBA dues are paid annually through the Lycoming Law Association. For more information about becoming a member of the Lycoming Law Association, contact our office.