1) What are the requirements for becoming a NAPPA member?
To become a NAPPA member, you must be a practicing attorney working in the public pension field.
2) Where are the membership application forms?
NAPPA application forms can be downloaded from the NAPPA website.
3) How much does it cost to become a NAPPA member?
NAPPA uses a 2-tiered approach for its membership. The cost annually is $450 for members of outside firms and the first member of a public fund. The cost annually for subsequent members of a public fund is $250.
4) When do I owe NAPPA membership dues?
NAPPA membership dues are to be paid at the time of submitting the membership application forms. Renewal of dues is based annually on the calendar year (January - December).
5) What forms of payment does NAPPA accept for membership dues?
NAPPA accepts checks, Visa & MasterCard for membership dues.
6) How many attorneys from the same fund/firm can be NAPPA members?
Public funds may have an unlimited number of members. Five attorneys from the same firm can be NAPPA members.
7) If I switch employers, does my NAPPA membership transfer to the new employer?
If you switch employers, your NAPPA membership does not transfer with you. The NAPPA membership remains with the fund/firm that paid for the membership. It is the fund/firms responsibility to reassign the NAPPA vacancy.
8) After I retire can I remain a member of NAPPA
Yes. The retired category is two-tiered. $250 per year entitles the retired member full benefits without Listserve. $25 per year entitles the retired member the benefits of attending NAPPA social events and the NAPPA Report.