The NLA is a community of lawyers, legal scholars, professors, law students and other legal and policy professionals committed to expanding liberty, increasing individual freedom, promoting justice and strengthening the rule of law.
Join the NLA to become part of a national and international community, with members from all 50 states and affiliates abroad.
Policy Research Research on Emerging Issues
In service to our members and for the benefit of the public, the NLA provides guidance and expertise regarding critical and emerging issues that impact the legal profession. Emerging issues that could influence law and policy are carefully researched in order to provide the most current information.
Amicus Curiae Briefs Filing of Amicus Curiae Briefs
The NLA Standing Committee on Amicus Curiae Briefs provides a resources for members to file an application for submission of amicus briefs and provides recommendations to the Board on whether the application should be accepted.
Legislative Impact Directing Advocacy Efforts
The NLA provides and directs
the advocacy efforts before local, state and federal governmental
entities. The NLA works tirelessly to influence public policies
affecting the rule of law, rights and freedom of the American public.
Commission for the Protection of Constitutional Rights Launch of the Commission for the Protection of Constitutional Rights
The Commission will work with the state groups to build coalitions to research and analyze legislation and provide a network of experts on a variety of topics to offer testimony at legislative hearings.
About the NLA
The National Lawyers
Association (NLA) is a voluntary association of lawyers in the United
States. Founded in 1993, the NLA is a not-for-profit organization that
helps to support and improve the legal profession.