Get Networking, and Get Ahead
ACA facilitates networking and contacts through our mentorship program, conventions, conferences, CLE programs, and local and On-Campus chapters.
How will networking through The American College of Attorneys benefit you and your practice?
Newly-licensed attorneys want to build a network of reliable, seasoned attorneys with whom they can consult on cases or to whom they can refer cases for representation when the scope of the case is out of their current wheelhouse. ACA’s educational programs and conventions are the ideal environments at which to meet more experienced colleagues in a targeted, and more relaxed atmosphere of like minds than one will find at a chamber of commerce event.
Experienced attorneys bring their sage wisdom–sometimes in the form of “do this, not that” to ACA mentoring programs, local chapter activities and regional/national conferences. Attorneys who have been practicing a while understand the importance of not getting stuck in a rut, and they welcome the fresh ideas and energy they receive from new and experienced colleagues alike.
Law students benefit from The American College of Attorneys’ on-campus opportunities, as well as conventions, conferences and mentor events that will help them connect with experienced attorneys in an array of practice areas. Nothing helps a young, future attorney focus on a practice area like sound advice from lawyers who’ve gone before them.