JSA Membership Benefits include:
JSA Annual Meeting
Members have online access to the Call for Papers notice and Preliminary Program and are eligible to attend the annual meeting.
All members receive an annual subscription to the quarterly Contemporary Justice Review: Issues in Criminal, Social, and Restorative Justice.
You can now pay for your JSA membership using a credit card through PayPal. See DUES below.
Using surface mail:
Download the JSA Membership Form, print and fill it out, enclose your membership dues, make a check payable to Justice Studies Association, and send to:
Maria De La Torre – JSA membership chair
Justice Studies Department
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625
Phone: (773) 442-5452
Questions and comments to Membership Chair: E-mail: Maria De La Torre
Dues are assessed according to the level of membership desired:
Regular Member (1 year)
Income less than $11,000 = $38.00
Income $11,001 to $25,000 = $48.00
Income $25,001 to $50,000 = $58.00
Income $50,001 to $75,000 = $68.00
Income more than $75,000 = $78.00
Full-time Student Member or Unemployed = $34.00
Regular Member (3 yrs) = $150.00
Institutional = $300.00
Life (1-time fee) = $400.00
What are the Membership Categories?
Regular Members: Persons subscribing to the objectives of the association and wishing to support its endeavors. Annual dues are based on income level (see table below); lifetime memberships are available.
Student Members: Full-time undergraduate or graduate students who are currently enrolled in colleges or universities.
Unemployed Members: Person who are out of work.
Institutional Members: Colleges and universities who wish to support the association.
Corporate Members: Corporations who wish to support the activities of the association.