Renew Your Membership

It's time to renew your EBA membership. Renewals are due by January 31st. If not renewed by January 31st, we will be sorry to see you go.

To renew online: 
  • Click Renew Now button (below)
  • When prompted, logon using your primary email address and password
  • Click "RENEW HERE" in the top menu bar
  • Click "Pay Open Orders"
  • Follow the prompts to complete purchase.

Thank you!


 Print a hard copy of the Dues Renewal Order/Invoice:

Please follow these directions:

  • At the homepage of the EBA website at
  • Click "My EBA"
  • Click "My Transactions"
  • Login using your EBA user name and password
  • In the pull down bar, select "Open Orders & Invoices
  • The screen will display Open Order Information
  • On the far right side under Invoice Details, click on View More
  • My Transactions Order details will appear
  • At the top of the page, you will see "Print This Page" 

How to Update Your Profile:

While renewing, check your EBA membership profile. Keeping your profile and practice areas up to date helps people find you! For Energy Professional members, you can select "areas of specialization" to highlight your expertise. To update your profile, while logged in, just go to “My EBA,”  and select “Update Your Profile” on the dropdown menu.
For 2018, EBA is launching a new Solo and Small Firm Practitioner membership category. To be eligible for this category, a member must be a solo practitioner or work in a small firm which is defined as a law firm with 10 or fewer full-time attorneys. PLEASE NOTE: members who wish to change to this new category, must use a paper renewal form.  Changing your membership category CANNOT be done online.
We appreciate having you as an EBA member and look forward to another year serving you.

2018 Membership Dues 

Attorney/Private: $215
Energy Professional/Private: $215
Solo Practitioners/Small Firm: $215***
Attorney/Young Lawyer: $145*
Attorney/Government/Academic: $95
Energy Professional/Government/Academic: $95
Retiree: $75**
Student: $25
***A “small firm” is defined as a law firm with 10 or fewer full-time attorneys (inclusive of all full-time attorneys regardless of practice area, exclusive of supportive staff and non-attorney professionals).
* Young Lawyers are those who have graduated from law school within the last three years, that is, on or after January 1, 2015.
** As of April, 2016, Retiree applies only to those who are 65 years or older AND presently not practicing law but have been an EBA member in good standing for at least five (5) years..

Questions? Please contact EBA for more information about renewing your membership at (202) 223-5625, or by email, at