Membership

Member Benefits

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A BAMSL membership offers numerous benefits to enhance your professional success.
 

Members Receive:

  • FREE 1-hour CLE every month ($240 value).
  • Access to exclusive member events, including the annual Member Holiday Party and Rendezvous on the Roof.
  • Up to 50% discount on CLE seminars.
  • Subscription to the monthly St. Louis Lawyer magazine.
  • Subscription to the quarterly St. Louis Bar Journal, a scholarly publication.
  • Complimentary use of the BAMSL Bar Center Guest Offices, Conference Room, Boardroom, and Classroom.
  • Access to BAMSL Legal Placement Services for employers looking to fill a permanent position and for legal professionals seeking employment.
  • Access to exclusive interest and practice area discussion lists.
  • Numerous discounts on professional and personal services.
     

Member Discounts:

Professional
  • Commerce Bank Banking Services
  • BAMSL Business and Personal Visa Rewards Credit Cards, Issued by Commerce Bank
  • Real Estate Forms
  • Law Pay Credit Card Processing
  • Moresource, Inc. Human Resources and Payroll Services
  • Clio Practice Management Software
  • LexisNexis Legal Research Tools
  • Roll Call Business Conferencing Solutions
  • Company Folders, Inc.
Personal
  • Hotel Storm Travel Services
  • Apple Cleaners Dry Cleaning Services
  • Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
  • AAA Membership
  • Magnolia Hotels
  • Brooks Brothers Clothing
  • A Thru Z Housekeeping
  • YMCA Membership
     

Members,  access your member benefits to view detailed descriptions of all discounts and to find out how to use them.

If you are not a member of BAMSL, please Join today and you too will have access to these great benefits.

DID YOU KNOW?

Hon. Richard B. Teitelman Memorial St. Louis Pro Bono Challenge firms provided over 40,503 hours of pro bono legal services in 2018.