A complete guide of National and State Bar Associations. There are two types, one of which is official and usually called an “integrated bar” which is qualified by the particular state’s highest court to establish rules for admission and conduct. There are also local bar associations by city or county which are unofficial and voluntary, Continue Reading
The American Arbitration Association® (AAA), is a not-for-profit organization with offices throughout the U.S. AAA has a long history and experience in the field of alternative dispute resolution, providing services to individuals and organizations who wish to resolve conflicts out of court.
For more than 65 years, the American Association for Justice, also known as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA®), has supported plaintiff trial lawyers—as the collective voice of the trial bar on Capitol Hill and in courthouses across the nation and by providing exclusive services designed for trial lawyers. Get connected to the Continue Reading
To serve as the national voice for the concerns and opinions of Hispanics in the community generally, and in the legal profession in particular. To promote the recruitment and retention of Hispanics in law schools and provide them with financial assistance. To develop mechanisms to facilitate the exchange of information among Hispanics involved in all Continue Reading
The objectives of the NBA “…shall be to advance the science of jurisprudence; improve the administration of justice; preserve the independence of the judiciary and to uphold the honor and integrity of the legal profession; to promote professional and social intercourse among the members of the American and the international bars; to promote legislation that Continue Reading
NATIONAL LAWYERS ASSOCIATION is a professional trade association. National Lawyers Association is an organization for attorneys who do not want their bar association taking stands on issues without their prior approval. National Lawyers Association follows a policy of non-involvement in political issues. The bylaws of the National Lawyers Association provide in part for the prior Continue Reading
Representing Indian Nations not just Indian Lawyers. NNABA shares many of the same goals of diversity and increased understanding of our communities’ unique cultural and legal issues with minority bar associations. However, most of our lawyers are both U.S. citizens and citizens of their respective Tribal nations. Our members, therefore, also share the communal responsibility, Continue Reading