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Wednesday, March 9, 2005

Cal bar mulls dues hike

The cost of not practicing law in California is going up, as the state bar pushes for a dues hike of $5 a year for active members but $85 boost for inactives.  This latter is presumably due to the skyrocketing costs involved in monitoring people who aren't actually practing law in the state.

Bar spokesman Anthony Williams notes that the state used to be among "the highest in the nation" for most expensive bar dues, but has fallen to 12th place, so something needs to be done.

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