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America's prosecutors are, literally, the people's attorneys. NDAA's mission is "to be the voice of America's prosecutors and to support their efforts to protect the rights and safety of the people." What this means, in concrete terms, is that when you are a member of NDAA, your interests and concerns, no matter how large or small your jurisdiction, are heard in the deliberations of the nation's largest, primary and most influential organization of prosecuting attorneys. And, these concerns play a significant role in the formulation of national policy and legislation affecting prosecutors because NDAA's voice is not only heard, but requested and welcomed in those forums. Your membership in NDAA not only gives you a voice in the formulation of policies and laws that affect you and other prosecutors, but adds strength to our voice. Add to other benefits the incomparable opportunity to network with your fellow prosecutors across the nation and the reasons for you to join are compelling.
Who Is Eligible for NDAA Membership?
If you fall within one of the categories listed, you are eligible for NDAA Membership:
ACTIVE membership status is available to every district attorney, county solicitor, circuit solicitor, prosecuting attorney, county counsel, county attorney, municipal prosecutor, commonwealth's attorney, solicitor general, district attorney general, attorney general, general counsel for any state or national organization representing counties or county official whose legal responsibilities match those of elected or appointed prosecutors.
ASSOCIATE membership status is available to any assistant or deputy in any of the offices mentioned above as well as any U.S. attorney, assistant U.S. attorney, all prosecutors' support personnel, investigators, administrators, law students/interns, executive directors and training coordinators of offices providing statewide prosecution services, military prosecutors, international prosecutors and libraries.
ADMINISTRATOR membership status is available to any person who holds the position of administrative assistant, office administrator, or anyone of similar title and function, for any individual coming within one of the offices designated under the Active Member classification.
BOARD ALUMNI MEMBER — this membership status is available to any former member of the Board of Directors whose term of office has expired.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND/OR PROSECUTOR COORDINATORS membership status is available for any person or persons who hold the position of Executive Director of any state prosecuting attorneys association or similar title in any group; and any person or persons who have the responsibility of administering the training needs of any group of prosecuting attorneys
INVESTIGATORS — this membership status is available to any person who holds the position of an investigator assigned to, or a full time employee of, a person coming within one of the offices designated under the Active Member classification.
LAW STUDENTS — this membership status is available to any student attending an accredited law school on a full-time or part-time basis who is working towards an L.L.B or J.D.
PROSECUTORS SUPPORT PERSONNEL — this membership status is available to any person who holds a support position (i.e. secretary, paralegal, automation specialist, public relations director, clerical); and any and all others in positions of any similar titles or like functions.
SUSTAINING MEMBERS — this membership status is available to any persons or corporations who are donors of funds to this corporation to assist it in carrying out and furthering its objects and purposes shall, upon invitation of the Board of Directors of this corporation, be eligible to become sustaining members of this corporation
WOMEN PROSECUTOR SECTION membership is available to anyone who is already a member of NDAA. Membership in the association is required but no additional fees will be assessed.
DRUG PROSECUTION SECTION membership is available to anyone who is already a member of NDAA. Membership in the association is required but no additional fees will be assessed.
How Much Does it Cost to Join NDAA?
These 2017 annual dues are determined according to the category of your membership and/or the size of your jurisdiction.
Active (Based on Jurisdiction Size) Annual Dues
Up to 20,000 persons: $103.00
3,000,001 or more persons: $2,138.00
Other Member Categories
Assistant or Deputy Attorneys: $75.00
Military Prosecutors: $75.00
International Prosecutors: $75.00
Board Alumni: $150.00
Executive Directors & Training Coordinators of
offices providing statewide services: $75.00
Law Students: $25.00
Support Personnel: $75.00
Sustaining: (minimum $75.00)
Women Prosecutors Section
Women Prosecutors Section (no additional dues)
Drug Prosecution Section
Drug Prosecution Section (no additional dues)
- The Prosecutor magazine, published four times a year.
- Continuing legal education (CLE) credits
- Discounted prices on professional publications
Complete Equity Markets
CEM Complete Equity administers the National District Attorneys Association sponsored insurance programs. These include lawyer’s professional liability for both prosecutorial and civil practice and term life. CEM website
WIN Interactive, Inc.
WIN Interactive, Inc. is owned and operated by visual strategy and multimedia experts who are former prosecutors. WIN Interactive, Inc. is the NDAA preferred provider of multimedia, legal video, and 3D animation services for NDAA members. This partnership benefits both the NDAA, as well as its members, who receive a 25% discount on WIN Interactive's services. WIN website