National Lawyers Association is a professional trade association founded by attorneys for attorneys who do not want their bar association taking stands on issues without their prior approval. National Lawyers Association is a national bar association, organized to:
- improve the image of the legal profession,
- advance legal institutions and respect for the law, and
- educate the public on such matters.
The bylaws of the National Lawyers Association provide in part for the prior approval of two-thirds of the entire membership before the adoption of public policy positions.
The Mission of the National Lawyers Association is to:
- Improve the image of the legal profession by promoting and encouraging members to adopt and maintain the highest of ethical and moral standards.
- Preserve and protect the structure of the government of the United States of America as established by its Founding Fathers.
- Provide services, benefits, technology, education, guidance and professional assistance to its members.
- Encourage members and the legal community as a whole to earn the respect and trust of the American people by conducting themselves with professionalism and integrity at all times.
- Promote the principles and transcendent truths set forth in the Declaration of Independence including but not limited to the Sanctity of Life, the Rule of Law, Equality, Justice.
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