We are pleased to announce that our law firm has joined the American Bar Association. The ABA is the largest professional organization for lawyers in the United States, and we are honored to be counted among its members. Founded in 1878, the ABA provides invaluable resources and networking opportunities for its members. As a boutique law firm specializing in business law, we believe that our membership will help us better serve our clients by allowing us to connect with other leading legal professionals. We look forward to taking advantage of all that the ABA has to offer and to playing a active role in the legal community.
The American Bar Association (ABA) is a voluntary professional organization of lawyers and law students. Founded in 1878, the ABA now has over 400,000 members across the United States. The ABA provides its members with a wide range of benefits, including access to networking and career development opportunities, discounts on legal services and products, and free or reduced-rate CLE programs. In addition, the ABA offers its members a variety of publications, including the ABA Journal, which is published monthly, and the ABA’s flagship magazine, Preview of U.S. Supreme Court Cases. The ABA also provides its members with access to a variety of online resources, including an online job board and a searchable directory of lawyers. Finally, the ABA offers its members discounts on liability insurance and other products and services. For more information about the benefits of membership in the ABA, please visit our website or contact our Member Services Department.
What this means for Outlier's Clients
The ABA's mission is to "advance the rule of law and build public understanding through information, education, and advocacy." Joining the ABA helps connect Outlier Patent Attorneys with a wide range of resources, including educational programs, publications, and networking opportunities. The ABA also provides a number of services that can benefit clients, such as legal referral services, lawyer referral services, and mediation services. For all these reasons, joining the American Bar Association can be a great way to help clients of Outlier Patent Attorneys.