American Counsel Association
A Vision for a Better Bar
Established in 1928, the American Counsel Association was formed for the purpose of enhancing standards of practice, aiding deserving law students, and providing a social and business network for its distinguished members.
Comprised of members from across the United States, Canada, England, and other countries, the ACA holds its meetings in conjunction with the American Bar Association’s Annual and Midyear Meetings. A majority of the ACA’s members are present or past leaders within the American Bar Association or their respective state or local bar associations.
Diverse Practice Areas
The American Counsel Association is comprised of lawyers from diverse practice areas who share the same values to improve and enhance standards of practice, the administration of justice, and the discharge of the responsibilities of the legal profession.
The ACA provides unique continuing legal education for its members with particular emphasis on assisting young lawyers grow their network and hone their skills. The ACA is also committed to encouraging and assisting law students in preparing, qualifying, and establishing themselves within the legal profession.