The inner circle of advocates is an organization of skilled plaintiff attorneys in U.S.
The organization was founded by Richard Grand on May 24, 1972 with the goal of forming an organization of highly experienced plaintiff attorneys who were willing to share information about experts, techniques and whatever it took to be a great trial lawyer.
Membership to the organization is by invitation only and is limited to hundred lawyers. The qualifications for membership are completion of at least fifty personal injury jury trials and at least three verdicts in excess of one million-dollars or one verdict in excess of ten million-dollars. The members are selected from the qualified lawyers having excellent character and integrity, representing people throughout U.S.
The purpose of organization is to promote highest standards of representation, integrity, and honor. Outstanding trial lawyers with thirty years or more of experience in handling of claims and litigation share their experience, skills, and knowledge.
Members of the organization deal with major and preeminent cases, from airline and automobile crashes to tobacco and terrorism litigation.