Join the American College of Attorneys®
The American College of Attorneys® is a professional organization consisting of attorneys from throughout the United States. ACA fosters the professional development of attorneys through education, mentorship, fraternity, recognition, networking and many other tools.
ACA offers two levels of membership:
- Member (general membership)
By joining the American College of Attorneys®, you join for general membership only.
To become a Fellow of the ACA is a different process that is available only to ACA members. As explained below, Fellow status is a benchmark of professional distinction.
The ACA ensures colleagues and consumers that members who have achieved status of Fellow have realized a sustained, high level of competence and ethical accountability in their legal practice.
Become a Member: Join the ACA Today
General Membership is open to all law students and attorneys licensed to practice law in any State in the United States. An attorney, having satisfied ACA membership criteria may apply for membership in the College.
Become an ACA Fellow.
To be represented by a Fellow of the American College of Attorneys® is to be represented by an attorney of superior ethics and level of competence.
Fellowship status is offered in ACA recognized practice areas. Anyone may apply to become a Fellow of the American College of Attorneys® provided that they meet the following minimum criteria.
Recognition for Excellence
Nominate an Outstanding Colleague for BOTB Award.
Each year, the American College of Attorneys award the Best of the Bar to recognize excellence in the practice of law. Best of the Bar is awarded to those attorneys demonstrating excellence, whether or not they are a current member of the ACA.