The American Society of Legal Advocates
The American Society of Legal Advocates was an invitation-only, nationwide organization of elite lawyers in practice today who combine stellar legal credentials with a proven commitment to community engagement and the highest professional standards.
After seven years, ASLA closed its operations effective December 31, 2019. 2019 was the last year lawyers were selected for membership, and this website will be taken down in May 2020. Thank you for your membership, viewership and support.
To bring together a select pool of diverse legal talent for the benefit of ASLA’s members and the public. With membership limited to less than 1.5% of of all licensed lawyers nationwide, we select outstanding lawyers in all states, with specialties varying per state depending on the number of practicing lawyers. ASLA aims to serve as a go-to source of exceptional legal advocacy, and, in turn, to strengthen professional relationships and best practices among member lawyers.
MEMBERS IN THE NEWS
After seven years, ASLA has closed its operations effective December 31, 2019. 2019 was the last year lawyers were selected for membership, and this website will be taken down in May 2020. Thank you for your membership and viewership.
ASLA IN THE NEWS
A feature of the American Society of Legal Advocates is to select one lawyer whose recent accomplishments or community involvement merit special recognition. The current selection is 2013-14 Top 100 Alaska Litigation lawyer, Jahna Lindemuth, who on June 28, 2016 was named Alaska’s state attorney general by Governor Bill Walker. She started her role on August 8, 2016, as Alaska’s second-ever female attorney general.