Nassau Lawyers' Association of Long Island, formed in 1947,
is an organization of attorneys joined together for fellowship.
Its purpose is to aid in the administration of justice and render
assistance, wherever possible, to the practicing attorney.
With over two hundred fifty members, the Nassau Lawyers' Association
ranks as one of the largest bar associations of its kind in
the country. Our membership is made up of distinguished members
of the bar, who specialize in fields such as matrimonial law,
tort law, corporate law, construction law, trusts and estates,
and real estate law. The members are always available to assist
each other and offer advice in their particular field.
We pride ourselves on the informality of our monthly dinner
meetings held on the third Wednesday of the month. The programs
at our meetings are both informative and entertaining. Our speakers
have included judges of the trial and appellate courts, public
officials and fellow attorneys in private practice and public
service. On the lighter side, we have enjoyed entertainment
at our St. Patrick's Day Celebration, June Lawn Party, Judiciary
Night, Christmas Party, and Annual Dinner Dance. Our organization
sponsors a seminar each year, and past seminars have been held
in London, Acapulco, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic.
We have sponsored and supported needed legislation and we have
met with judges for the purpose of preserving the rights of
clients and lawyers. The organization has also assisted law
students through its scholarship fund. In order to support young
attorneys and law students, we reach out to the local law schools
to enlist members, as our organization provides numerous networking
opportunities for lawyers just starting their careers on Long
One or our goals is to bring members of the judiciary together
with members of the practicing bar. We hope you will join us
for good fellowship and support the activities of our organization.
You may do so by visiting the membership link of the site.
We look forward to your membership and active participation.