Suzuki Law Offices, L.L.C. Joins AACJ, AAFJ, and ABA

Suzuki Law Offices is proud to announce that our firm has recently gained membership in three prominent professional law associations, including the Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice, the American Association for Justice, and the American Bar Association.

Through membership in these associations, Suzuki Law Offices will gain access to an even larger network of legal professionals, support, and education, allowing us to better serve the needs of our clients. We look forward to continuing to provide our clients with the high quality of service they have come to expect from our award-winning firm.

About the Associations

  • The Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice was founded in 1986. The AACJ’s mission is to promote excellence in criminal law by offering its members education, support, and training to help lawyers better protect the rights of the accused. It also aims to promote public awareness of the criminal justice system, the legal rights guaranteed to all citizens, and how criminal defense attorneys can help citizens protect these rights. This not-for-profit organization is open to criminal defense attorneys as well as law students and other professionals associated with the law throughout the state of Arizona.
  • Previously known as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA), the American Association for Justice was renamed in 2006 and is the world’s largest trial bar. As members, trial lawyers can gain access to a network of information and professional support to help lawyers achieve positive results for their injured clients. The AAFJ strives to ensure that all people can benefit from an effective and fair legal justice system. Through its efforts to improve communities, enhance the practice of law, and advocate for the civil justice system, the AAFJ successfully promotes accountability and safety throughout the U.S.
  • As one of the largest voluntary professional organizations in the world, the American Bar Association has dedicated itself to supporting lawyers since 1878. Membership in this organization gives lawyers access to a network of educational resources for professional growth, allowing lawyers to better serve the individual needs of their clients. The ABA also demonstrates its commitment to improving the legal profession by establishing model ethical codes, improving the administration of justice, and accrediting law schools.

With the support provided by these highly-esteemed associations, our legal team looks forward to continuing to go above and beyond for our clients.

Protect Your Legal Rights: Call Suzuki Law Offices, L.L.C . Today!

Are you facing a tough legal situation? We may be able to help! For honest and dedicated advocacy in your criminal defense or personal injury case, please contact Suzuki Law Offices by calling (602) 842-6762, or get in touch with us by filling out a brief online form. We offer free initial consultations!

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