Through the work of its Amicus Curiae Committee, Louisiana Association for Justice represents the position of the plaintiff’s bar in precedent-setting cases in the Louisiana Supreme Court and other appropriate courts. LAJ members are eligible to request an appearance by the committee.
Louisiana Association for Justice is a voluntary bar association whose statewide membership is composed mostly of lawyers who have a trial practice. Both defense and plaintiff attorneys belong to the association; however, most LAJ members represent consumer plaintiffs in civil actions. LAJ attorney-members are small business owners, maintaining a practice and supporting an office staff of fewer than 20 people.