As a membership organization, NOSSCR is committed to providing the highest quality representation and advocacy on behalf of persons who are seeking Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income. We are also a pioneer in continuing legal education for Social Security disability claimants’ representatives.
Membership is open to individuals who represent claimants applying for or appealing denials of SSDI and SSI claims. An individual who wishes to receive the monthly newsletter but who does not meet the qualifications for membership may be a NOSSCR subscriber without voting rights.
In addition to all the benefits of regular membership, sustaining members receive the following benefits:
The annual cost of a sustaining membership is $500.
Regular members enjoy the following benefits:
The annual cost of a regular membership is $325.
All members must attend at least one hour of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) on ethics annually. If you haven’t attended such a program, we invite you to order our online ethics webinar at www.nosscr.ce21.com/.
We are now offering brand new NOSSCR members regular membership for $250 per year for their first two years – a $75 discount annually! To learn more, click here.
NOSSCR members who are employees of not-for-profit organizations, including legal aid and legal services, qualify for a reduced membership rate of $250/year for a regular membership and $500/year for a sustaining membership. To learn more, click here.
Full-time law students in an approved JD program who represent Social Security claimants in a clinic or otherwise may join NOSSCR. This no-charge membership will introduce you to NOSSCR and provide you with all the information and research available to our regular members until your graduation date. Law students receive all the benefits of a regular NOSSCR member.
There is no charge for a law student membership.
We are pioneers in legal education for attorneys and other advocates who represent people with disabilities. We also hold two national conferences per year.