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Law Students

Launching a Successful Legal Career Starts Here

As a member of the Orange County Bar Association, law students enjoy many OCBA programs and services to help them achieve their legal career goals.

OCBA Law Students have access to an array of member benefits as well as to OCBA social events and community outreach activities-connecting the student with the legal community.

Finding Your Legal Niche

OCBA law students are encouraged to participate in one of the many OCBA Sections that introduce students to over 22 areas of law. Specialty sections, which meet frequently, focus on specific areas of law and professional growth. Sections are great sources for students to explore various areas of law and to network with practicing attorneys.

Law student members may attend a meeting of each of the 22 sections free of charge once. After the first section meeting, there is only a $10 fee to join a section.  For more information please contact Carole Martinez.

Schedule of Upcoming Law Student Events & Activities

Please visit the OCBA Calendar of Events for information about upcoming section meetings and other OCBA events.

Upcoming Law Student Events
OCBA Fall Member Mixer
Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015
Morton's Steakhouse, Santa Ana

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OCBA Fall Food Packaging Event
Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015
The Community Action Partnership of Orange County Food Bank, Garden Grove

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OCBA Annual Volunteer Recognition Reception
Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015
The Promenade Event Centre & Gardens, Costa Mesa

Download the flyer for more information or register online. ...Read More

For more information about law student membership and law student events & activities, please contact Carole Martinez at or 949-440-6700, ext. 162.

Law students who are not already members interested in joining the OCBA may sign up online.

Other Resources and Information

Federal Student Aid Income-Based Repayment Plan
Income-Based Repayment (IBR) is a repayment plan for the major types of federal student loans that caps your required monthly payment at an amount intended to be affordable based on your income and family size.

Federal Student Aid Pay As You Earn Repayment Plan
Pay As You Earn is a repayment plan for eligible Direct Loans that is designed to limit your required monthly payment to an amount that is affordable based on your income and family size.

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