The National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) is a nationwide membership organization of more than 1500 attorneys who represent hundreds of thousands of consumers victimized by fraudulent, abusive, and predatory business practices. NACA members are committed to advancing the cause of just treatment for and ethical representation of consumers.
Are you a lawyer committed to advancing the cause of just treatment for and ethical representation of consumers?
Consider membership in NACA.
Know Your Member Benefits
Welcome, NACA members!
We are so glad to have you as part of our community. You fulfill a critical role in our society and fight to ensure that the rights of consumers are protected. Use the navigation menu below to discover what your NACA membership includes.
Listservs & Communities
NACA members can participate in many listserv communities focusing on specialized areas of consumer law. This is a You must be a NACA member to participate in the NACA listserv communities.
NACA Training Platform
Looking for training items you have already purchased or for certificates of attendance? This is your training home base.
NACA membership is all about access to the resources you need to grow your practice. Below are links to the key resources available to you as a NACA member.
NACA Member Directory
The complete list of all NACA members that is only available to NACA members.
NACA has member badges for you to display on your website or in your email signature to show your pride in NACA membership.
Our members share their best tips, tricks, and advice on how to improve your practice in short videos. Learn from your peers.
NACA's state chairs coordinate activities and information for your state. If you have not already done so, contact your state chair and see how you can get involved on a state level.
There are many ways for you to channel your interests and passions to take your membership to the next level and engage more deeply with NACA.
Public-Private Partnership Resources
A best practice guide for legal services attorneys and private attorneys who enter co-counseling relationships, ensuring both parties gain the fullest benefits possible from the relationship.
Amicus Brief Support
NACA's issues committee provides Amicus Curiae Brief assistance on high-impact cases. Members can search all previous Amicus Briefs from NACA.
NACA Litigation Project
NACA can be co-counsel or possibly plaintiff, for cases with the potential to substantially advance the cause of consumer justice and/or the legal rights and interests of consumers.
NACA member attorneys are committed to advancing the cause of just treatment for and ethical representation of consumers and will not, so long as they are a NACA member, perform services for any business or commercial client on a matter where that client’s interests are adverse to the interests of consumers.
Browse by practice area to discover relevant resources, educational offerings, and NACA positions related to each area.
The sale, lease, or financing of a vehicle under fraudulent, deceptive, or unfair terms. The sale of lemons and salvaged or previously wrecked vehicles.
Representation of a group or “class” of people in a lawsuit in which group members suffered a similar injury.
Credit errors, identity theft, privacy invasion, and other violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
Defense against unfair, abusive, or unwarranted debt collection practices including improper garnishment actions.
Providing consumers access to our public justice system by fighting against forced arbitration clauses.
Mortgage, Real Estate & Housing
Scams or unfair practices related to the sale or financing of a mortgage, home improvement or repairs, foreclosure defense, landlord and tenant issues, mobile or manufactured homes, and timeshares.
Servicing and collection issues related to federal and private student loans as well as problems related to for-profit institutions.
Other Areas of Interest
Areas include banking issues, credit cards, deceptive or fraudulent sales practices, financial exploitation of seniors, insurance, utilities, and warranties.
There are many ways for you to channel your interests and passions to take your membership to the next level and engage more deeply with NACA. Check back often for updates! If none of the opportunities listed below are right for you and you have another idea of how you would like to be involved, please let us know at [email protected].
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