Registration for the 2020 Winter Convention is now open!
Register online for the convention early and save more.
Attending an AAJ convention is an exclusive benefit provided only to the following AAJ member types
and their guests:
• President’s Club
• Paralegal Affiliates
• Law Students
• Law Graduates
• Law Professors
In addition, Judges, State and Provincial Trial Lawyer Association Executive Directors,
and Staff are welcome.
For details on joining AAJ, call 800-424-2727 or 202-965-3500, ext. 8611, Monday through
Friday, 9:00 am–6:00 pm ET , or join online at www.justice.org.
Take Advantage of Registration Discounts:
Lawyers attending their first convention, who were first admitted to practice with bar
dates within the past 10 years, receive a 50% discount on the full registration rate.
Paralegals attending their first convention receive a 50% discount*
Three or more members from the same firm may take advantage of a 10% discount on registration
fees if they register at the same time. If you are registering by mail or fax Registration forms must be completed for each member.
* Note: Discounts do not apply to the daily rate. These offers not valid with any
New Member Offer:
Interested in joining the American Association for Justice? New members of the American
Association for Justice are eligible to receive up to $1000 in savings on convention registration and
membership fees. Please visit http://www.justice.org/conventionpromo
for more details.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE):
Earn MCLE and AAJ Education credits*, including ethics credits, in four days. If you
have specific MCLE questions, please call the CLE Assistant at 800-622-1791 or 202-965-3500, ext. 8335
* Note: Number of credits may be vary depending on calculation method used by individual state accreditation
agencies. All credits, including ethics, are pending review by these agencies. AAJ is a State Bar of
California MCLE approved provider. Available CLE/MCLE credits are contingent upon approval from state
bars and/or MCLE boards and may vary by jurisdiction.