The National Advocates is a professional organization composed of premier lawyers from across the country who exemplify superior qualifications in their area of specialty. The areas of specialty are:
This national invitation-only organization provides much deserved recognition, marketing and networking opportunities, and the highest quality educational programs for lawyers.
Only Top 100 or Top 40 Under 40 advocacy attorneys from each state or highly-populated regions of certain states who are actively practicing in Matrimonial and Family Law, Consumer Bankruptcy Law, Social Security Disability Law, Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law, Immigration Law, and Wills, Trusts, Estates and Probate Law are eligible for invitation. Invitees must demonstrate superior qualifications, leadership skills, and results as a legal professional. The selection process for this elite honor is based on a multi-phase process based upon objective and uniformly applied criteria which can include peer nominations combined with third party research. Prospective members of The National Advocates are carefully screened prior to receiving an invitation for membership. The criteria used in the evaluation process include, but are not limited to, the following:
Membership is not automatically renewed; attorneys are reevaluated annually to determine whether their activities and accomplishments qualify them for continued membership.
The National Advocates is a professional and business organization designed to promote excellence for modern day advocacy attorneys through professional development, education and networking. The National Advocates offer valuable business, case referral and networking opportunities through seminars, legal publications, and other relevant membership services it offers. Members of The National Advocates will also be featured on The National Advocates' website in its member directory. This directory serves as a useful networking, referral, and public relations tool for our members and the public. Our member profiles include a personal biography, CV, photograph, contact information and links to his or her firm’s website. Members also receive:
To accept an invitation into The National Advocates: Top 100 or Top 40 Under 40, use our online join process or fill out and return the membership form included with your invitation by mail, email or fax, along with payment of your annual membership dues.