Fee Arbitration Self-Study
To qualify as an attorney fee arbitrator, you must have been admitted to the practice of law a minimum of three years and be in current good standing with the State Bar of California. Complete and submit the Attorney Fee Arbitrator Volunteer form.
To qualify as a non-lawyer fee arbitrator, you must not work in the legal field. Complete and submit the Non-Lawyer Fee Arbitrator Volunteer form.
In addition, you must attend a fee arbitrator training program or complete the self-study program and test below, once every five years.
Download the training manual and the test. Do not complete the test online.
- State Bar of California - Contra Costa County Bar Association Arbitrator Self-Study Training
- Fee Arbitrator Basic Training Self-Study Test
The CCCBA certifies that this activity has been approved for 2.5 hours MCLE credit (included 1 hr. Legal Ethics) by the State Bar of California (Provider #393).
Email the completed test as an attachment to:
Save the test as follows: yourlastname_yourfirstname-feearb-basic-test.
Or mail it to:
CCCBA Fee Arbitration Coordinator
Contra Costa County Bar Association
2300 Clayton Road, Suite 520
Concord, CA 94520