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Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Academy
The Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Academy is a one-of-a-kind program that provides legal training to enhance the ability of attorneys who practice law in any area to successfully engage the culture and defend religious liberty, the sanctity of life, and marriage and family. In most cases, the training includes 12-15 hours of high-quality CLE, focused on these crucial issues.
At Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Academy sessions, you will hear from exceptional speakers on worldview analysis, be inspired by meaningful daily devotions and worship, and fellowship with like-minded attorneys from across the country and around the world.
Alliance Defending Freedom also provides world-class CLE sessions to Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Academy participants and other members of the legal community. These CLE sessions are distinct from designated Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Academy sessions. Attendees of the CLE portions who are not admitted to the Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Academy pay all of their own expenses, plus a registration fee. (If you are interested in the CLE-only component, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Alliance Defending Freedom asks attorneys who attend the Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Academy to report pro bono service.
The next Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Academy will be held July 7-11, 2014.
The deadline to apply is April 25, 2014.
- Other Ways to Join Our Network
- Allied Attorney
An attorney who is aligned with the mission of Alliance Defending Freedom and who has completed the application process, which includes providing letters of recommendation and agreeing to our statement of faith. Allied Attorneys have access to resources, materials, discussion groups, and referrals as displayed on the chart below. Allied Attorneys are encouraged to do and report pro bono work and to apply to attend the Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Academy.
- Volunteer Attorney
An attorney who is willing to work with Alliance Defending Freedom on a particular case or issue. As a volunteer attorney, you are not required to sign the statement of faith, nor must you agree with Alliance Defending Freedom on all of its core issues. Volunteers have limited access to resources, generally limited to the particular case or issue with which they are involved.
- Allied Attorney
- Benefits Based on Involvement How do the benefits change based on the level of involvement? See our comparison chart:
Benefits Volunteer Allied Attorney Alumni Attorney Honor Corps Pro bono opportunities and referrals X X X X Regional Legal Academy invitiations X X X X Allied successes email list X X X X Online resources X X X Google Groups X X X Job / resume posting X X X Attorney referral network X X Webinars X X Confidential updates / presentations X X Free Regional Academy attendance X Eligible for recognition awards X Eligible for special Academy invitations X