How to Join
Criteria for membership includes:
- Your commitment to ethics and professionalism
- Any notable verdicts, achievements and settlements
- Board Certified Specialization as designated by the State Bar or other leading organization
- Membership and executive positions held within state trial attorney organizations or other leading organizations
- Current ratings or ranking profiles as identified by reputable and credible online or local evaluations
- Nominations from the Board of Directors, industry leading trial attorneys, and existing Members
There are two notable designations with The National Alliance of Women in Law. To receive either the Top 40 under 40 or the Top 100 status, the attorney must be of the highest ethical caliber with noteworthy talent in the field of law.
A top 100 designation is given to only attorneys who have demonstrated a pattern of success in the legal field. Only 100 attorneys nationwide in each filed will receive this recognition.
Top 40 Young Lawyers
A Top 40 designation is given only to newer attorneys who are rising stars in their individual field. Only 40 attorneys in each field and state will be given this recognition.