License Renewal, Proof of Membership and Member Handbook
State Bar licensing requirements are due by Dec. 31 and must be paid by the following Feb. 1 in order to avoid late fees. 

Bars and Legal Groups
Link to the websites of voluntary, local, state and national bar associations; UNM School of Law; and the Center for Civic Values.

Change of Address Form
Submit your new information online.

Entrepreneurs in Community Lawyering 
Join or become a sponsor of New Mexico’s solo and small practice legal incubator.

Ethics Opinions/Risk Management 
Review formal opinions of the Ethics Advisory Committee, submit a question or call the Ethics Hotline.

Learn about the Interest on Lawyer Trust Account program and the New Mexico Supreme Court Rules that govern it.

Lawyers/Judges Assistance Program 
Get 24/7 confidential help and support for depression, substance abuse and other problems.

Lawyer Referral Services 
Sign up to receive referrals and increase your client base while accumulating pro bono time.

Law Practice Management 
Gain information on a wide variety tools needed to open and manage a law office.

Legal Research 
Use free online legal research for State Bar active and Paralegal Division members.

Minimum Continuing Legal Education
MCLE is a program mandated by New Mexico Supreme Court Rules 18-101 through 18-303 NMRA.  MCLE compliance is required for every licensed member of the State Bar of New Mexico.

Member Benefits 
Learn how the State Bar’s exclusive members-only benefits can help you work less stressfully, more profitably and more productively.

Member Handbook
Licensing process checklist and outline; roles of government and regulatory agencies; license types and status changes; important contact numbers; member services offered by the State Bar of New Mexico; and more.

Learn about the benefits of various types of State Bar membership. 

Mentorship Program 
Sign up and receive a rewarding experience for both mentors and new lawyers. Page includes details for members enrolled in the program.

NMSC Online Dispute Resolution
The online system offers a convenient alternative to appealing in court by allowing parties to negotiate through private online messages from any location with internet access.

Regulatory Agencies 
Find general and contact information for New Mexico Supreme Court Agencies.

Supreme Court Commissions
Get information about commissions in which the State Bar is involved.

Find a State Bar volunteer opportunity that suits you and make a difference while acquiring pro bono time.