Logo of the Vermont Association for Justice
The Vermont Association for Justice (VTAJ) is a statewide non-profit association of trial lawyers. VAJ serves to support trial attorneys through Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminars, publications, and networking opportunities.
With nearly 400 members, the VAJ is one of the largest legal organizations in the state.
Contact InformationVermont Association for Justice (VTAJ)
As an affiliate of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, membership in the organization is available to attorneys who regularly represents the plaintiffs in Vermont personal injury cases or workers' compensation cases. The headquarters for the organization are in Burlington, VT.
VTAJ has emerged as a powerful force in state politics. The VTAJ's political action committee, the Vermont Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, provides contributions to candidates that support individual rights in an adversarial civil justice system.
The purpose of this nonprofit educational association is to uphold and defend the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Vermont; to promote and advance the administration of justice for the public good and trial by jury; to train in all fields and phases of advocacy; to advance the cause of those who are injured in person or property and who must seek redress therefore; and to resist the undue and constant efforts of others to curtail the rights of such injured persons.
The benefits of joining the Vermont Association for Justice (VAJ) include;
Members of receive the VTAJ Report which has articles, verdict reports, legislature reports, and trial advocacy strategies. Members also have the opportunity to submit articles for publication.
The different membership levels in the VTAJ include:
The future, current and past presidents of the VTAJ include:
This article was last updated on Friday, December 30, 2016.