Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association

Thank you for Supporting the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association!

 

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    The EBGBA is excited to offer an upgrade to our life membership. Those who choose to support the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association by upgrading their life membership to a Hon. Elizabeth Riggs Sustaining Membership will receive a special spot on the membership page, which will link to a personal biography. The two requirements are: 1) Being a life member in EBGBA and 2) $250 annual dues.
    Available only for members of the judiciary.
    Available to all practicing attorneys in California.
    Available for attorneys in practice for 1 - 5 years.
    Out-of-State Members Only
    Available only for non-judicial elected officials

The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association is a 501(c)(6) tax-exempt nonprofit organization. Any dues or contributions made to EBGBA are not tax-deductible.  EBGBA Membership dues and voluntary contributions are separate and distinct from any contributions you may also wish to make to the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Foundation, our sister organization we strongly encourage you to support. As a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization, the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Foundation is tax-deductible.

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EBGBA Mission:

The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization and its mission is to advance the political, economic, educational, social, legislative and legal interests of the African American community in San Diego County.

It is committed to defend the legal and human rights of all citizens, promote the administration of justice, eradicate the root causes of racism, promote the professional and personal interests of its individual members and preserve high standards of integrity, honor, and courtesy in the legal profession.