March 2008 • Vol. 28 No. 3 | An E-Publication of the Los Angeles County Bar Association

Difficulty Logging into Members-Only Areas at

If you have experienced difficulty logging into the members-only areas at recently, you are not alone. LACBA has been consolidating member records, and in some cases LACBA members discovered that they can no longer log in. If a member encounters this issue during business hours, help is just a phone call away. But what if a problem arises after hours or on weekends? Here’s what to do.

On LACBA’s home page on the right-hand side is a Member Login button. Click on that button. 

At the next page, scroll down until you see these words: “Forget your password? Click here and it will be automatically e-mailed to you.”

Click on the words “Click here” and then fill in your State Bar number. Remember: If you have a five-digit State Bar number, you will need to add a zero in front of your number to make it six digits. (For example, 54321 will be entered as 054321.)

Then, click the “Email my password now” button. You should receive an e-mail within 30-60 seconds with your Web site password. The exact timing of the e-mail message will depend on the speed of your Internet connection.

After you log in, you can take advantage of all members-only areas. At any time, if you wish, you may go to and change your password. While you are there, you may also update your member records and print out a complete transcript of all your LACBA CLE credits. 

Author Orison Swett Marden once wrote, “Most of our obstacles would melt away if, instead of cowering before them, we should make up our minds to walk boldly through them.” LACBA’s password-reminder system will help you walk boldly into the member-only areas. 

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