Any person interested in the improvement of the administration of justice may become an Associate member upon the payment of dues. Associate members shall not hold office and shall not vote.
Any person in the field of court administration whom the organization wishes to recognize for outstanding achievements may become a member in this class. A person becomes an Honorary member after nomination by a Regular member and a majority vote of the association at a regular meeting of the association. An Honorary member shall not be required to pay dues, may not vote or hold office.
Upon retirement from the court system, any Regular member in good standing is eligible for this class of membership. A Retired member shall not be required to pay dues, may vote and serve on committees, but shall not hold office.
Members are required to pay annual dues in an amount determined by the Association.
Dues shall not be prorated after the annual billing period.
The treasurer shall send an invoice to members.
When public funds have been expended for payment of dues for a member and that member leaves his or her position, another person from the same court may become a member for the unexpired term without further payment of dues.