CMCP defines an “attorney of color” or “minority attorney” as an individual in any of the following categories:
CMCP annual member dues are determined by member type.
Yes. When an organization joins CMCP, every attorney in the organization is considered a CMCP member.
An Individual Member is an attorney who works for an organization that is not a CMCP member or who is not affiliated with a CMCP member type organization (generally an attorney seeking work).
No, unless an event is specifically designated “members only”. Most CMCP events are open to anyone, although there may be a fee or an increased fee for a non-member to attend.
If you are a minority attorney in a CMCP member organization and do not have a Lawyer Locator attorney profile, ask the primary CMCP contact at your organization for a Lawyer Locator invitation.
Please email CMCP to request a Lawyer Locator profile update.
Please contact CMCP to reset your Lawyer Locator password.
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