National Women Trial Lawyers
The National Women Trial Lawyers Association is a networked group of attorneys who strive to seek justice and equality in our legal system. The goal is to enable members to draw upon the specialty association’s strong training, educational and networking resources so they may have benefits that were either unavailable or difficult to find on their own.
The National Women Trial Lawyers Association is one of the nation’s premier resources for attorneys and women looking for information. By making reference resources available to the public, we strive to connect specialized attorneys with these women through our Attorney Directory. With state of the art website optimization, our goal is to be one of the highest-ranked websites found in topic searches on Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines. Driving more visitors to the NWTLA’s website and to you and your firm through links embedded on our Attorney Directory page, we are able to market our members as experienced attorneys who specialize in this area of law.
Many women seek the counsel of attorneys who understand the unique challenges they face. These women will be looking for information and help from attorneys who are experienced in legal issues affecting women and their civil rights; however, attorneys who handle these legal issues need resources, experts and insight that can help them in crafting their cases. Fortunately, there’s a source designed to handle these diverse needs.
Join the National Women Trial Lawyers Association. It’s more than just another affiliation of women trial lawyers; the NWTLA is a vital, growing group of trial lawyers from across the country which shares its knowledge, experience and expertise in handling these types of cases to give you a competitive edge over non-members.
NWTLA is not just a networking tool; it’s also a great way to generate cases. The National Women Trial Lawyers Association website is also a reference resource for potential plaintiffs. We constantly update the site with fresh, relevant content that’s useful for the public. They can also search for association members in their area and find who’s best suited for their unique needs.
The National Women Trial Lawyers Association will also offer Continuing Legal Education courses tailored to the specific needs of our attorneys. Rather than attending a broad-based CLE course that may not have content that’s directly related to your field of specialty, you can invest your valuable time in a course that really has applicable information.