January 18-21 at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas
Applications are currently being accepted to fill four open positions on
the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL) Board of Governors. Submit
a self-nomination form.
CCAL Mentorship Program – An opportunity to mentor a
community association industry lawyer while sharing your expertise, skills and
experiences. Apply to be a mentor.
The Board of Governors has approved a new CCAL mission statement, application, and revised the goals of CCAL. See below to view the new mission statement and goals.
This year the Law Seminar Planning Committee and the CCAL Board of Governors selected "Amending Governing Documents: Providing Effective Legal Counsel (And Effective Amendments)" by Marion A. Aaron, Esq., Berding & Weil, LLP, and Allen B. Warren, Esq., Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn, P.C., to receive the 2016 Best Manuscript Award.
Meet the CCAL Fellows Inducted in 2016
The College of Community Association Lawyers ("College" or "CCAL") includes lawyers who have demonstrated skill, experience and high standards of professional and ethical conduct in the practice of community association law, and who are dedicated to excellence in the specialized practice of community association law.
The College provides advanced professional educational programs to its fellows and identifies and contributes to the solution of community association legal challenges. It is a collegial forum for the exchange and development of ideas by some of the most knowledgeable attorneys in community association law.
Since 1993, the Community Associations Institute has recognized excellence in the practice of community association law through the College of Community Association Lawyers. Of the thousands of attorneys practicing community association law in the United States, fewer than 175 have been granted membership in the College. Fellows of the College distinguish themselves through contributions to the development of community association law. Their service is demonstrated by a commitment to educate and empower boards and residents of the more than 330,000 community associations across the country. CCAL attorneys commit themselves to high standards of professional and ethical conduct and work to create a community of experienced legal professionals to advance community association law for the betterment of the communities they serve.