There are several classifications of memberships in the Association:
A. Regular Members. Regular Members include any person who has graduated from an accredited law school, joined the Association, and whose membership is in good standing. Regular Members are entitled to hold office and participate in the election of officers of the Association. Regular Members are entitled to vote on the affairs of the Association.
B. Associate Members. Associate Members include any person who has joined the Association and is currently enrolled in an accredited law school. Associate Members are not be entitled to hold office or to participate in the election of officers of the Association.
C. Honorary Members. Honorary Members are persons elected as such by the Executive Board. They pay no dues, and may hold no office, except with respect to advisory board positions, and have no vote in the affairs of the Association.
D. Charter Members. Charter Members include the original founding members of the Association. Charter members pay no dues, but enjoy all rights and privileges bestowed on Regular Members including the right to vote and hold office.