LawPay Welcomes Four New State Bars to Member Benefit Program
Austin, TX, January 18 – LawPay is thrilled to announce that four new state bar associations have joined the LawPay family. With these exciting new partnerships, the Delaware State Bar Association, the Hawaii State Bar Association, the West Virginia State Bar, and the State Bar of Michigan have become the newest partners in LawPay's valued member benefits program.
Through these partnerships, members of these bar associations will have access to guaranteed legal protection of trust accounts, reduced processing fees for all bar members, as well as dedicated account management, experienced, in-house human support, and free PCI Compliance.
LawPay provides attorneys with a proven solution for accepting credit cards online. We understand the unique compliance and financial requirements placed on attorneys. As a result, our platform was designed to correctly separate earned and unearned payments, giving attorneys peace of mind that their credit card transactions are always handled correctly.
LawPay is proud to be the trusted payment partner of more than 35,000 lawyers and is excited to have the chance to partner with these distinguished bar associations.
About the Delaware State Bar Association
Founded in 1923, the Delaware State Bar Association is a voluntary bar association with the participation of approximately 90% of the attorneys who are in private practice in the state. Throughout its history, the Delaware State Bar Association has strived to promote ethical conduct by lawyers, to require and offer high quality continuing legal education, to protect the public from the unauthorized practice of law, to review and make recommendations regarding Delaware’s court system, and to foster the mentoring of new lawyers.
About the Hawaii State Bar Association
The Hawaii State Bar Association was founded in 1899 and in 1989, the Supreme Court of the State of Hawaii created a unified bar with the HSBA as its administrative entity. Today, the HSBA has more than 7,200 members and works to unite and inspire Hawaii’s lawyers to promote justice, serve the public, and improve the legal profession.
About the State Bar of Michigan
Since 1935, the State Bar of Michigan has worked to aid in promoting improvements in the administration of justice and advancements in jurisprudence, improving relations between the legal profession and the public, and promoting the interests of the legal profession in this state. Currently, the bar has more than 42,000 members, and membership is automatic for all individuals who are licensed to practice law in the state.
About the West Virginia State Bar
The West Virginia State Bar was formed in 1947 with a mission to protect the interests of the public; to advance the administration of justice and the science of jurisprudence; to improve the relations between the public and the bench and the bar; to uphold and elevate the standards of honor, integrity, competency and courtesy in the legal profession; and to encourage cordial relations among its members. The group currently serves 9,000 West Virginia-licensed attorneys.
LawPay was developed specifically to provide a sophisticated payment solution for legal professionals. The LawPay platform contractually protects your client funds by restricting the ability of any third-party from debiting monies from a Trust or IOLTA account. LawPay is proudly endorsed by more than 90 bar associations across the country, and is the only payment solution included as a member benefit in the ABA Advantage program.
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