The State Bar now allows firms and other organizations with multiple attorneys to make group payments of their attorneys' annual fees at one time.
Agency Billing will open on December 1, 2021, for the 2022 annual license fees. Payment is due February 1, 2022.
You can calculate annual fees through Agency Billing, and then pay by credit card or an electronic check from a checking/savings account (ACH). You may also print the invoice when you calculate the group payment to mail payment by check. Mailed payments must include a copy of the invoice.
In Agency Billing you may also pay for California Lawyers Association fees and State Bar of California Legal Specialization fees. You will also have the opportunity to donate to the Justice Gap Fund, California ChangeLawyers (formerly the California Bar Foundation), and the California Supreme Court Historical Society.
Questions about Agency Billing Application? Refer to the Agency Billing User Guide.
Log in to Agency Billing
Do not create a new account if you cannot recall your Agency Billing account username and/or password.
If you forgot your username and/or password, use the password reset; if the previous Agency Billing account administrator left and you do not have the account username and/or password, please contact us at AgencyBilling@calbar.ca.gov for assistance.
Attorneys who are in MCLE group 1 (last names A-G) are required to report compliance by February 1, 2022. You can sort your list of attorneys by the “MCLE Reported” column to see who is required to report MCLE compliance. Attorneys with a “N” in this column have not reported. A “Y” in this column means the attorney has reported, and “NA” in this column means the attorney is not required to report. For questions, email AgencyBilling@calbar.ca.gov.
You may use Agency Billing to report your firm’s IOLTA account information on behalf of your attorneys. Questions? View more information on IOLTA or refer to the Agency Billing User Guide.