Law Firms, Lawyers and Trial Attorneys Associations - USA





Lawyers Associations USA

  • ABA Commission on Women in the Profession

    The directory contains listings of national, state, local, international, and multicultural organizations for women attorneys. The directory also includes information on gender bias task forces and committees, where available.

  • Academy of California Adoption Lawyers

    The Academy of California Adoption Lawyers and the Academy of California Family Formation Lawyers are invitational societies of family formation law attorneys whose membership is limited to those licensed California attorneys with extensive adoption and assisted reproduction expertise whose practices are of the highest standards of ethics and professional competence.

  • American Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys

    The American Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys was founded in 2003 to honor successful criminal defense trial attorneys throughout the United States, without regard to the nature of their clients, and without regard to their office setting. The American Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys is intended to fill the large gaps left by various other honorary organizations, which either exclude criminal defense attorneys entirely, severely limit the number of criminal defense attorneys admitted to fellowship, or limit fellowship to private attorneys. The current function of this organization is purely honorary. However, as its membership expands, it may undertake both educational and social activities.

  • American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys

    The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys is an exclusive, membership organization that serves the needs of estate planning attorneys and law firms nationwide. Since 1993, the Academy has been dedicated to promoting excellence in estate planning by providing Member attorneys with comprehensive document creation software, up-to-date research on estate and tax planning matters and exceptional educational training materials. The Academy’s wide-variety of business building and practice management systems help attorneys create and grow successful law practices. These extraordinary programs enable Academy Members to effectively help families and businesses address all of their estate planning and elder care needs. Academy attorneys are held to a high educational standard. The Academy expects each attorney to complete at least 36 hours of legal education each year specifically in estate, tax, probate and/or elder law subjects. To ensure this goal is met, the Academy provides over 40 hours of continuing legal education each year. This ensures that Academy attorneys are highly educated and up-to-date in these complicated areas of law. No other legal membership organization sets such rigorous standards for its members. The Academy’s exclusive organizational structure allows only a limited number of attorneys into its membership. This unique structure, coupled with high educational standards, allow Academy attorneys to be the premier estate planning and elder law firms in their communities.

  • American Association for Justice

    The Mission of the American Association for Justice is to promote a fair and effective justice system – and to support the work of attorneys in their efforts to ensure that any person who is injured by the misconduct or negligence of others can obtain justice in America’s courtrooms, even when taking on the most powerful interests.

  • American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants - AAA-CPA

    Advance the professional practices and interests of our members; Educate the public as to the unique qualifications of our members; Safeguard the rights of individuals who have qualified as both attorneys and certified public accountants to practice either or both professions; Guide members in understanding and observing the highest professional and ethical standards and; Provide legislative and regulatory influence on issues important to our members.

  • American Bar Association

    The largest voluntary professional association in the world. With more than 400,000 members, the ABA provides law school accreditation, continuing legal education, information about the law, programs to assist lawyers and judges in their work, and initiatives to improve the legal system for the public.

  • American College of Real Estate Lawyers - ACREL

    The purpose of the College is to gather together lawyers distinguished for their skill, experience and high standards of professional and ethical conduct in the practice of real estate law, who will contribute substantially to the accomplishments, achievements and good fellowship of the College and to the best interests of the bar and the general public through the fulfillment of objectives of the College.

  • American Health Lawyers Association

    Leading health law to excellence through education, information, and dialogue, the American Health Lawyers Association (Health Lawyers) is the nation's largest, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) educational organization devoted to legal issues in the healthcare field.

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association

    The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) is the national association of over 10,000 attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law. AILA Member attorneys represent tens of thousands of U.S. families who have applied for permanent residence for their spouses, children, and other close relatives to lawfully enter and reside in the United States.

  • American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)

    The American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) is a national bar association constituted primarily of lawyers in private and corporate practice, in government service, and in the academic community, with more than 16,000 members. The AIPLA represents a wide and diverse spectrum of individuals, companies and institutions involved directly or indirectly in the practice of patent, trademark, copyright, and unfair competition law, as well as other fields of law affecting intellectual property. Our members represent both owners and users of intellectual property.

  • Appellate Lawyers Association - Illinois

    The Appellate Lawyers Association is an organization of Illinois attorneys who regularly practice in the state and federal reviewing courts. One-third of the Association's approximately 400 active members are from outside of the Chicago area. The group's honorary members include judges from all the reviewing courts sitting in the state

  • Association of Attorney-Mediators (AAM)

    AAM is a nonprofit trade association of qualified, independent attorney-mediators. Members of AAM must meet qualifications and ethical standards which meet or exceed state or Federal requirements for mediators. AAM's 300 plus members have collectively mediated in excess of 130,000 cases.

  • Association of Child Abuse Lawyers - ACAL

    The Association of Child Abuse Lawyers is a company limited by guarantee set up for the benefit of lawyers, experts and other professionals involved in the field of obtaining compensation for the physical, sexual or emotional abuse of children and adults abused in childhood, as well as the mentally handicapped and others directly or indirectly affected by that abuse. The Association began in late 1997 as a result of concerns within the legal profession that people who have been abused were either unable to find lawyers to take on their cases or were experiencing poor standards of advice and assistance from those lawyers whom they had instructed. There are also concerns about the ability of lawyers and other experts to deal effectively with these traumatic cases.

  • Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS)

    The Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS) was established on Monday 8th September, 1997 for lawyers specialising in contentious trust and probate work.

  • Association of Federal Defense Attorneys (AFDA)

    Internet-based association for criminal defense attorneys, law professors, paralegals, investigators, and all other professionals associated with the field of federal criminal defense litigation. AFDA has been approved as an MCLE provider by the State of California since 1997.

  • Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom (BALiF)

    Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom (BALiF) is the nation's oldest and largest bar association of Lesbians, Gay Men, Bisexuals, and Transgendered Persons in the Field of Law. Founded in 1980, BALiF represents its members interests in the San Francisco Bay Area.

  • Commercial Law League of America ("CLLA")

    The Commercial Law League of America ("CLLA") is a respected organization of attorneys and other experts in credit and finance actively engaged in the field of commercial law, bankruptcy and insolvency. Since 1895, The CLLA has been associated with the representation of creditor interests, while at the same time seeking fair, equitable and efficient administration of bankruptcy cases for all parties in interest

  • Defender Association - Seattle and King County

    The Defender Association is a non-profit law firm providing public defender services to King County and the City of Seattle in felony, misdemeanor, juvenile, family advocacy, and civil commitment cases, as well as a number of appeals at all levels of the state courts.

  • Illinois Real Estate Lawyers Association

    The Illinois Real Estate Lawyers Association is comprised of experienced attorneys dedicated to assisting individuals and businesses in connection with real estate transactions of all types.

  • International Municipal Lawyers Association - IMLA

    The International Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA) is a non-profit, professional organization that has been an advocate and resource for local government attorneys since 1935. Owned solely by its members, IMLA is the legal voice for the nation's local governments. It champions the development of fair and realistic legal solutions and provides its members with information about, and solutions to, the profusion of legal issues facing its membership today.

  • Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice (MSCJ)

    The Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice (MSCJ) is limited to approximately fifty Minnesota defense attorneys. A Minnesota association of criminal defense lawyers, MSCJ is operated as a College of criminal defense attorneys. Membership is by invitation, by vote of the existing membership when vacancies come up.

  • Minnesota Women Lawyers

    Established in 1972, Minnesota Women Lawyers mission is to secure the full and equal participation of women in the legal profession and in a just society.

  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)

    Preeminent organization in the United States advancing the mission of the nation's criminal defense lawyers to ensure justice and due process for persons accused of crime or other misconduct. A professional bar association founded in 1958, NACDL's more than 12,800 direct members -- and 92 state, local, and international affiliate organizations with another 35,000 members -- include private criminal defense lawyers, public defenders, active U.S. military defense counsel, law professors and judges committed to preserving fairness within America's criminal justice system.

  • National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys

    Emphasizes continuing legal education and practice development. Founding members of the organization have published more than 25 books on estate planning. The alliance offers members a wide range of seminars and workshops, including a two-year Practicum Transformation Experience. Members also have access to practice tools and information on new technologies.

  • New York County Lawyers' Association (NYCLA)

    The New York County Lawyers' Association turned 99 years old this year. At the time of its founding, the only existing bar association in Manhattan precluded some lawyers from membership by virtue of ethnicity, religion, sex and race. Although other factors contributed to the atmosphere that produced the new association, none was as strong as "selective membership." Not only were large groups of lawyers denied affiliation with a bar association, but independent perspectives on the judicial system were also curtailed by the reluctance of a few large law firms to facilitate change. Throughout its history, NYCLA's bedrock principles have been the inclusion of all who wish to join and the active pursuit of legal system reform.

  • Rhode Island Trial Lawyers Association (RITLA)

    The Rhode Island Trial Lawyers Association was founded in 1970 by a small group of trial lawyers. They would meet monthly for a legal education program and network with other trial lawyers working on behalf of Rhode Island consumers. RITLA was registered as a non-business corporation in 1981.

  • South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association (SCTLA)

    The South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association was founded over 40 years ago by a small group of trial lawyers. As stated in the group's first newsletter, "...this organization should and would be concerned about protecting the rights of the claimants and the public..." Over the years the SCTLA has grown into a statewide organization with over 1300 members but the organization still holds the values of the original founders. In fact, the motto of the SCTLA is “Keeping South Carolina Families Safe.”

  • Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association

    The Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association is a thirty year-old, state-wide organization established to protect and ensure individual rights guaranteed by the Texas and Federal Constitutions. Each of the 2500 plus attorneys who is a member of the Association is licensed by the State Bar of Texas and is actively engaged in the defense of criminal cases. The Association supports itself through membership dues and revenue from publication sales and seminar attendance.

  • The Sports Lawyers Association (SLA)

    The Sports Lawyers Association (SLA) is a non-profit, international, professional organization whose common goal is the understanding, advancement and ethical practice of sports law. There are over 1,000 current members: practicing lawyers, law educators, law students, and other professionals with an interest in law relating to professional and amateur sports.

Trial Lawyers Associations USA

  • Alabama Trial Lawyers Association
  • Alaska Academy of Trial Lawyers

    The Alaska Academy of Trial Lawyers is a nonprofit membership organization of attorneys who represent people who have been injured or who have suffered due to the negligent action of others. Academy members also include those who represent criminal defendants. Whether seeking just compensation for injuries or securing the rights of criminal defendants, we act as advocates for people like you, every day in courts all across Alaska.

  • American Association for Justice (AAJ)

    The Mission of the American Association for Justice is to promote a fair and effective justice system – and to support the work of attorneys in their efforts to ensure that any person who is injured by the misconduct or negligence of others can obtain justice in America’s courtrooms, even when taking on the most powerful interests.

  • American College of Trial Lawyers

    The American College of Trial Lawyers is composed of the best of the trial bar from the United States and Canada and is widely considered to be the premier professional trial organization in America. Founded in 1950, the College is dedicated to maintaining and improving the standards of trial practice, the administration of justice and the ethics of the profession. Through its Board of Regents, its general committees and its state and province committees, the College engages in a wide variety of activities to further those purposes.

  • Arizona Trial Lawyers Association

    The Arizona Trial Lawyers Association is an organization of lawyers whose members represent consumers. Founded in 1963, the AzTLA is dedicated to preserving and protecting the rights of Arizonans. The association provides advocacy, continuing legal education and public education on behalf of its members and their clients.

  • Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association

    The Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association also helps to educate citizens about their legal rights through its Speakers Bureau and a variety of other informative programs, publications and community service projects. ATLA has become the state’s largest and most active voluntary statewide legal organization representing, educating and developing Arkansas’ trial bar. Our members are attorneys dedicated to protecting the health and safety of Arkansas families, to enhancing consumer protections and to preserving each and every citizen's right to trial by jury and access to the courts.

  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers (ABTL)

    Today, the ABTL Los Angeles chapter continues to thrive with close to 680 members. The organization has replicated in four other California cities, with chapters in Northern California (1400 members), San Diego (434 members), Orange County (550 members) and San Joaquin Valley (200 members). Each chapter provides top quality legal education programs in an atmosphere where there can be a frank exchange between bench and bar and an opportunity for old colleagues to meet in a busy world where lunch is no longer the order of the day. In addition, the ABTL is known across the state for their unmatched Annual Seminars, featuring keynote speakers from the bar and the bench: United States Supreme Court, U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and California Supreme Court.

  • Atlantic Provinces Trial Lawyers Association

    The Atlantic Provinces Trial Lawyers Association is a plaintiff-oriented organization dedicated to obtaining legal redress for those who have suffered injury or injustice, and to preserving the rights of the injured to full and fair compensation. Primarily, APTLA is a network of like thinking trial lawyers, sharing their wealth of knowledge and experiences. APTLA speaks with one voice on matters of concern to plaintiff-oriented lawyers and their clients.

  • Capitol City Trial Lawyers Association

    Capitol City Trial Lawyers Association is the voice of and for Sacramento Trial Attorneys. Founded in the early 1950s to create a meaningful source of information about Sacramento juries, CCTLA has grown into an effective guild of trial advocates. CCTLA serves its members as liason to the courts, as providers of meaningful continuing legal education, as a network of the exchange of ideas and experiences and as a representative to Consumer Attorneys of California.

  • Christian Trial Lawyers Association
  • Colorado Trial Lawyers Association

    The Colorado Trial Lawyers Association is comprised of attorneys who are committed to protecting and advancing individual rights. CTLA works to preserve and improve the American judicial system through the advancement of trial advocacy skills, high ethical standards and professionalism.

  • Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA)

    The Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA) is a non-profit professional association dedicated to creating and maintaining a more just society by preserving individual rights within the Civil Justice System.

  • Dade County Trial Lawyers Association
  • Dallas Trial Lawyers Association

    The Dallas Trial Lawyers Association's mission is to advance the cause of those who are damaged in person and property and who must seek redress therefore at law; to resist the continuing efforts to curtail the rights of such persons; to encourage cooperation among lawyers engaged in the furtherance of such objectives; and through such cooperation to promote justice and human welfare.

  • Delaware Trial Lawyers Association

    The Mission of the Delaware Trial Lawyers Association is to: Seek justice for all, Preserve the constitutional right to trial by jury, Champion the cause of those who deserve redress for injury to person or property, Further the rule of law and the civil justice system, Protect the rights of the accused, Advance the common law and the finest traditions of jurisprudence, Prevent injury from occurring through the promotion of safe products, a safe workplace, a clean environment, and quality health care Inspire excellence in advocacy through training and education, Encourage mutual support and cooperation among members, Uphold the honor and dignity of the legal profession and the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity.

  • Florida Justice Association (FJA)

    The Florida Justice Association (FJA), formerly the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers (AFTL), is dedicated to strengthening and upholding Florida's civil justice system and protecting the rights of Florida's citizens and consumers.

  • Franklin County Trial Lawyers Association’

    Welcome to the Franklin County Trial Lawyers Association’s website! For over four (4) decades our members have been fighting to assure that our courthouses stay open to all, not just the wealthy few. We accept with firm resolve the challenge of standing up for the powerless against the powerful. The “Find a Lawyer” page is helpful both to FCTLA members and to the public; clicking on the desired practice area generates a list of our members practicing in the target practice area, along with a link directly to most members' individual or firm websites and email addresses.

  • Franklin County Trial Lawyers Association’

    Membership in the Southern Trial Lawyers Association is by nomination made by a member of the Board of Directors, with approval by other Board members from the nominee's state. The essential mission of the Southern Trial Lawyers Association is as simple as it is straightforward: To promote fellowship, learning, and networking among trial lawyers throughout the 13 southern states. We do not engage in political activity or fundraising of any kind, leaving those worthwhile activities to the state trial lawyer associations and to ATLA.

  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

    Membership association of lawyers in Georgia who represent consumers and individuals who are injured by the negligence or misconduct of others.

  • Houston Trial LAwyers Association

    “The purpose of HTLA shall be the advancement of the cause of those who are damaged in person and property and who must seek redress therefore at law; to resist the continuing efforts to curtail the rights of such persons; to encourage cooperation among lawyers engaged in the furtherance of such objectives; and through such cooperation to promote justice and human welfare.”

  • Idaho Trial Law Association
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association - ITLA

    The Illinois Trial Lawyers Association is a statewide organization whose members specialize in representing injured consumers and workers. Founded in 1952, the organization currently has over 2,000 members.

  • Indiana Trial Lawyers Association

    ITLA’s By-Laws establish the rules under which the Association operates. The control and management of the Association is vested in the Board of Directors, which directs the affairs and formulates the policies of the Association. The Executive Committee is empowered by the Board of Directors to conduct the day-to-day business of the Association between Board meetings.

  • International Trade Commission Trial Lawyers Association (ITCTLA)

    Since 1984, the ITCTLA has been the primary organization informing attorneys around the world about Section 337 practice.

  • Iowa Trial Lawyers Association

    In that spirit, ITLA is an association of attorneys dedicated to preserving access to justice for all by improving the civil justice system and upholding the Constitutional right to trial by jury. To further those objectives, ITLA educates its members through outstanding continuing legal education programs to assure quality legal representation for Iowa families. Additionally, ITLA is unswerving in its mission to educate the public on the importance of having access to justice (regardless of wealth, size or stature) to maintain the society our Founding Fathers fought so vigilantly to create.

  • Kansas Trial Lawyers Association (KTLA)

    The Kansas Trial Lawyers Association (KTLA) is a statewide nonprofit organization of consumer attorneys working to protect the rights of families, workers and consumers in the courtroom, statehouse and the community since 1952. KTLA's offices are located in Topeka at 719 SW Van Buren, Suite 100.

  • Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys

    KATA is committed to strengthening the civil justice system so that deserving individuals can get justice and wrongdoers are held accountable. We oppose efforts to weaken basic legal protections and further stack the deck against the average person. All Americans benefit when the individuals attorneys represent have a fair chance to get justice through our civil justice system.

  • Louisiana Association for Justice

    Louisiana Association for Justice is committed to preserving the civil justice system, protecting open access to courts, protecting individual rights, promoting individual and corporate responsibility, and preserving the highest of ethical and educational standards for the profession. We represent and protect the interests and rights of individuals and consumers. We are united in our goals to promote justice for the public good, safe products and services, a safe workplace, and a clean environment.

  • Maine Trial Lawyers Association

    The Maine Trial Lawyers Association is a professional trade association supported by dues and contributions of individual attorneys across Maine. The Association provides advocacy, continuing legal education, public education, membership and marketing services to Maine attorneys and the people they represent. The Maine Trial Lawyers Association was founded in 1963 and is a state affiliate of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.

  • Maryland Trial Lawyers Association

    The Maryland Trial Lawyers Association is dedicated to keeping families safe. The Association helps individuals harmed by the unsafe behavior of others to obtain meaningful redress through the civil justice system. The Association zealously guards the right to trial by jury, vigorously advocates on behalf of consumers' legal rights, seeks to advance excellence in trial advocacy through continuing legal education and member services, and is committed to the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity.

  • Michigan Trial Lawyers Association

    MTLA is governed by an executive board comprised of approximately 70 members and five officers. The officers are elected each spring at the annual meeting of the full membership.

  • Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association
  • Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association

    The MTLA Hurricane Relief Fund is a registered charity with the Secretary of State’s Office and has applied for 501 c 3 status with the Internal Revenue Service. Fund board members are MTLA members Rebecca Langston and Crystal Martin, both of Jackson; Steve Mullins, Ocean Springs; David P. Pitre, Gulfport; and Brehm Bell, Bay St. Louis. Ex-officio members are Hawkins, Precious Martin and Joey Diaz.

  • Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys
  • Montana Trial Lawyers Association

    MTLA sponsors Montana's premier continuing legal education (CLE) seminars. MTLA actively informs, educates and lobbies elected officials to preserve the civil jury trial system and on other issues of concern to its members and their clients. MTLA provides supports and services to enable its members to excel in their profession and in their service to their clients.

  • Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys

    The Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys is dedicated to the improvement of the trial practice, and preservation of the jury system. The Association provides quality continuing legal education and is active in the legislative process insofar as it impacts upon justice in Nebraska. The membership of the Association is open to all lawyers, law students, and judges. The resources of the Association are committed to providing advocacy-related services to members and sponsoring, supporting or opposing legislation as needed to protect rights of citizens to recover for wrongs inflicted upon them and maintaining the integrity of the legal system.

  • Network of Trial Law Firms

    The Network of Trial Law Firms, Inc. is a not-for-profit association. The goal of the 26 law firms participating in the Network is to provide their clients with high quality trial and litigation representation through advances in education, technology, business and science. The Network is engaged in a number of activities to assist law firms to accomplish that goal including research and study of advances in the state-of-the-art of legal representation, and sponsorship of CLE seminars for continuing legal education of corporate and outside counsel and insurance professionals. Our CLE programs aid in the dissemination of new information and effective techniques and technologies to attorneys and claims professionals serving corporations and insurers.

  • Nevada Trial Lawyers Association

    The Nevada Trial Lawyers Association is an organization of independent lawyers who represent consumers and share the common goal of improving the civil justice system.

  • New Hampishire Trial Lawyers Association

    NHTLA strives to uphold the dignity of the law profession and to encourage collegiality among the members of the bar.Our mission is to promote the administration of justice for the public good and especially to preserve and enhance the rights of persons to have access to the courts and to our system of justice while upholding the Constitution of the United States and of the State of New Hampshire.

  • New Jersey Association of Trial Lawyers of America

    The Association of Trial Lawyers of America-NJ (ATLA-NJ) is headquartered in Trenton, New Jersey. ATLA-NJ is a statewide association of nearly 2,300 members in private practice and public service, paralegals, law clerks, law students and law school graduates not yet admitted to the bar. ATLA-NJ is dedicated to protecting New Jersey’s families by working to preserve and strengthen the laws for safer products and workplaces, a cleaner environment and quality health care.

  • New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association
  • North Dakota Student Trial Lawyers' Association

    The North Dakota Student Trial Lawyers' Association is dedicated to helping students to understand the trial process and to become good litigators. The Board of Governors of the North Dakota Trial Lawyers' Association unanimously adopted NDSTLA's proposal for a permanent student voting seat. The group participates in the national trial competition of the American Trial Lawyers' Association.

  • Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association

    OTLA is considered one of the most influential forces at the State Capitol. Over the last fifty plus years the association has mitigated legislation that would have catastrophic effects on plaintiffs- working men and women. OTLA has worked to pass some of the most progressive legislation dealing with the judicial system in the entire United States.

  • Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA)

    OTLA has over 1150 members and is comprised of plaintiffs' lawyers from Ontario, out-of-province Members from New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Quebec, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, along with the United States. OTLA also has a strong core of law clerks, articling students and law students.

  • Oregon Trial Lawyers Association

    The Oregon Trial Lawyers Association is an organization of 900 attorneys and 300 other professionals who represent individuals and businesses in civil court. The organization promotes juries and jury service, and the civil justice rights of all Oregonians.

  • Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association
  • Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association

    The Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association is an active professional organization comprised of civil and criminal litigation attorneys. PTLA has been in existence for over 45 years and is the oldest trial lawyer organization in Pennsylvania. The association is made up of lawyers who are dedicated to the preservation of the American legal system and the protection of the evolution of the common law through the efforts of individual lawyers who are pledged to achieving common goals

  • Rhode Island Trial Lawyers Association
  • San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association (SATLA)

    The purpose of SATLA is to promote fair resolutions of civil disputes and to protect individuals' rights to have their grievances aired to a fair and impartial court and/or jury of their peers.

  • Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association

    The Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association is a community of professionals dedicated to championing people’s rights through education and advocacy.

  • South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association (SCTLA)

    The South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association was founded over 40 years ago by a small group of trial lawyers. As stated in the group's first newsletter, "...this organization should and would be concerned about protecting the rights of the claimants and the public..." Over the years the SCTLA has grown into a statewide organization with over 1300 members but the organization still holds the values of the original founders. In fact, the motto of the SCTLA is “Keeping South Carolina Families Safe.”

  • South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association

    In pursuit of its goals, SDTLA cooperates on occasion with other organizations, such as the State Bar of South Dakota, the South Dakota Paralegal Association (SDPA), and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA).

  • Tampa Bay Lawyers Association

    As a non-profit organization of lawyers representing consumers, we are dedicated to upholding and defending the Constitution of the United States and the State of Florida. We seek to advance the science of jurisprudence, excellence in advocacy and the administration of justice for the public good.Our goal is to equip our members with cutting-edge tools to advance the cause of those who are damaged in person or property and who must seek redress in a court of law. To this end, TBTLA will preserve the adversary trial system as it now exists; monitor the development of legislation and new laws that diminish the rights or court access of Florida citizens; and vigilantly pursue wrongdoers regardless of their corporate, government, association or individual status.

  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association (TTLA)
  • Texas Trial Lawyers Association

    Today, more than 50 years later, TTLA has never been more committed to this endeavor. Since its inception, TTLA has been a steadfast defender of the civil justice system in Texas, and through exceptional leadership and vision, TTLA has worked hard to ensure that ordinary citizens always have a voice in the legislative process.

  • Texas Young Lawters Association

    TYLA is commonly referred to as the "public service arm" of the State Bar. TYLA's main purposes are to facilitate the administration of justice, foster respect for the law, and advance the role of the legal profession in serving the public. Our programs are designed to assist Texas attorneys in their practice of law and to provide public legal education services to Texans.

  • Utah Trial Lawyers Association
  • Vermont Trial Lawyers Association
  • Virginia Trial Lawyers association

    VTLA has several thousand attorney members across the state who litigate in a variety of areas, including administrative, family, criminal, Workers' Compensation, and personal injury law. VTLA also has law student and paralegal/support staff members across the state.

  • Washington Defense Trial Lawyers

    To promote the highest professional and ethical standards for Washington civil defense attorneys and to serve our members through education, recognition, collegiality, professional development and advocacy.

  • West Virginia Trial Lawyers Association

    The West Virginia Trial Lawyers Association's website is intended to provide valuable information to our membership as well as to challenge efforts by special interests to undermine our judicial system. Here you will find reliable information to counter the relentless barrage of propaganda being mounted against our legal system by those who want to interfere with the right to a fair trial by prejudicing members of the public who serve as jurors. Our association will not allow these meritless attacks to go unanswered.

  • Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers
  • Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association

Law Firms Associations USA

  • Association of Patent Law Firms (APLF)

    The Association of Patent Law Firms (APLF) is an international association of law firms that devote a majority of their practice to patent law. Practicing attorneys of our member firms are skilled and experienced in the areas of patent application work, litigation, and counseling services. We seek to fill a void that has been left by other organizations that have broadened their base to the general field of "intellectual property law." As an alliance strictly of patent law firms, a major objective is to jointly promote the advantages realized by clients when they select a patent law firm for patent application work, litigation, and counseling services.

  • IMMLAW, National Consortium of Immigration Law Firms

    Network of attorneys concentrating exclusively on immigration law. IMMLAW has 17 members located throughout the United States.

  • State Capital Global Law Firm Group

    Organization of firms located in each of the fifty U.S. capital cities and in other capital cities and major commercial centers around the world. Members share information and expertise about the practice of law before various legislative, judicial, administrative, regulatory and executive bodies in the represented capital cities. Members are admitted based on their ability to practice law before all the branches of government in the represented cities. The group produces Lobbying, PACs, and Campaign Finance: 50 State Handbook, published annually by West Group. Membership is by invitation only.

  • United States Law Firm Group

    National network of 19 U.S. law firms headquartered in major cities in the country's leading commercial states. The organization has 19 committees (including an International Practice Committee) representing its various practice groups. ULFG's group of 19 trustees meets three times a year.

  • USFN

    Nationwide network of mortgage banking attorneys. The organization offers referral services, educational seminars, industry news, publications, a listserv and training resources. Full membership is open to law firms and trustee companies; USFN also offers associate memberships to businesses that provide related services such as title services, property valuation, document retrieval, and commercial property management.

  • Worklaw Network

    Nationwide network of law firms exclusively representing management in all areas of labor and employment law. Member firms practice exclusively in labor and employment matters for employers. The network has 339 lawyers, in 40 offices in 26 states. Members have access to a shared database containing research memoranda, briefs, election campaign materials, and other pooled information. Membership is by invitation only.