American Counsel Association

Bringing friendship and value to your practice

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL 2021/2022

Now it’s easier than ever to renew your membership in this Association!  CLICK HERE or download the fillable form Invoice (PDF) to pay your renewal.  

As a member of the ACA, you receive the following benefits:

  • Inclusion in the ACA Membership Directory for referral opportunities;
  • The ability to exchange information and get to know other members in the legal field by attending our two meeting events each year;
  • Participation in a personal interest Committee providing you with additional opportunities to network with other professionals as well as participation in programming sessions that enhance your skill set and serving your personal growth;
  • Enhancing your network of legal professionals across the globe;
  • Affiliation with the European Circuit of the Bar as well as many other benefits.

One of the greatest joys of being part of this Association is continuing to aid deserving law students. Each year, the American Counsel Association provides scholarships to academically gifted and financially needy second-year law students. Approximately one-third of the Association’s dues fund the ACA Scholarship Programs. Each year the ACA Scholarship Committee oversees administration of the scholarship program. Law School Deans submit nominations which are reviewed by the Committee. The process takes place during the summer prior to the ACA Annual Meeting, at which time the Association announces the scholarship recipients for the upcoming academic year. You would be amazed at what a difference these scholarships make to these incredible deserving law school students!

Thank you for your continued support of the Association. 

An association of attorneys from around the world dedicated to enhancing the standards of practice, aiding deserving law students, and providing a social and business network.

Activities for Spouses and Guests at Every Meeting
A Dedication to Philanthropy
A major role of the Association is awarding one or more scholarships to second year law students each year. The winners must demonstrate aptitude, achievement, public service, financial need, and commitment to the study of law and the legal profession. The students are chosen from law schools on a rotation of geographical areas around the United States.

The scholarships, all of which the Association attempts to maintain at least $5,000, are then presented to the winners at the Annual Meeting in August.

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