The Association’s functions are to foster growth of the science of law, promote law reform, to facilitate the process of justice, to maintain high standards of ethics in the legal profession, and support worthwhile projects.
The governing body of the Association is its Board of Directors, composed of elected officers from the membership (President; President-Elect; Vice President; Treasurer; Secretary) and sixteen other Association members.
In addition to its regular membership of practicing attorneys, the Association’s By-Laws provide for Honorary members, Law Student members, and other special members at the discretion of its board. Membership of the Association has grown from a little over 100 members at the turn of the century to a current membership of over 1,500.
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