The National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy (NACBA) is a national organization of bankruptcy attorneys who represent individual debtors. NACBA has influenced important cases affecting consumer bankruptcy laws by filing amicus briefs.
Additionally, the NACBA sponsors Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminars at its annual convention and workshops. The association seeks to improve the practice of consumer bankruptcy law and help lawyers practice more effectively.
NACBA also advocates for consumer debtors in Congress and other legislative bodies, as well as file amicus curiae briefs in important cases. Their policy goals are to preserve bankruptcy rights for consumers.
The NACBA was formed in 1992 to serve the needs of consumer bankruptcy attorneys and protect the rights of consumer debtors. The NACBA offices are located in Washington, D.C.
The NACBA is recognized as the leading voice in America on consumer bankruptcy law. Today, the organization has grown to more than 4,000 members located throughout the United States.
Attorneys who meet the eligibility criteria and support the goals of the NACBA are eligible to join the organization.
Different types of memberships are available to different groups including attorneys, bankruptcy trustees, active and retired bankruptcy judges, bankruptcy court clerks, and members of an agency or academy not engaged in the private practice of law when that person is an employee of a non-profit institution of higher education or a non-profit organizations that provide legal services.
Attorneys that primarily represent creditors against consumers debtors in bankruptcy are not eligible to join the NACBA.
The benefits of joining the NACBA include:
Lawyer Legion maintains a national directory of bankruptcy lawyers in the United States which includes both NACBA members and non-members. To help the public find the best choices when searching for a bankruptcy attorney, Lawyer Legion recognizes attorneys for their involvement and leadership within the NACBA and other professional associations. This includes recognition for NACBA members who have updated their Lawyer Legion profile with information about their involvement with the NACBA.
Use this directory to find a bankruptcy lawyer in your local area. Start by choosing your state from the list below.