About the NLA


The legal services industry in the United States includes approximately 180,000 establishments (i.e.firms), with about 1.3 million active attorneys generating a combined annual revenue of about $250 billion. The National Lawyers Association (NLA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, 501(c)(6) membership organization devoted to advancing the legal issues that concern our members. Without regard for politics or prevailing fashion, we dedicate our work to the belief that there is a national imperative to improve the legal profession and the justice system of the nation. There's never been a more important time to be a member of the NLA.


The NLA is a community of law practitioners, judges, legal scholars, and supporters committed to expanding liberty, increasing individual freedom, promoting justice and strengthening the rule of law and judicial prudence.

Leadership


The National Lawyers Association is led by a Board of Governors, each of whom is elected for a three year term. Each Board member must affirm the statement of purpose of the NLA and agree to abide in all respects to the NLA policies and commit to the values of the NLA. The Board of Governors meet each year for an annual meeting, but holds quarterly and special meetings as required. The NLA officers include a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer, each elected by the Board at the annual meeting for a two year term.

The NLA Board also has a standing Executive Committee comprised of the President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer, and enacts other standing or special committees as needed to manage the operations of the NLA. The NLA also encourages state and law school chapters and works diligently to build this network of affiliated organizations. The NLA State chapters are individually incorporated, have their own bylaws and further the aims of the national organization as well as their local priorities.

Members


NLA members are diverse in their background, areas of practice areas and setting. Members of the NLA includes solo practitioners, in-house counsel, large firm executives, compliance and privacy officers, finance officers, judges consultants, regulatory professionals, those employed in health care, public health, government, and academia. Learn more about the benefits of membership in AHLA by visiting the Membership page.

The NLA Board also has a standing Executive Committee comprised of the President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer, and enacts other standing or special committees as needed to manage the operations of the NLA. The NLA also encourages state and law school chapters and works diligently to build this network of affiliated organizations. The NLA State chapters are individually incorporated, have their own bylaws and further the aims of the national organization as well as their local priorities.