Member Resources

Membership Directory: Find other FJA members and be found.

TLEL/List Servers: FJA offers several email discussion groups including the Trial Lawyer Email List (TLEL), as well as other specialized lists for Paralegals, Medical Malpractice, Property Insurance and more. These groups give you instant access to the statewide network of FJA members. You can literally be in trial in need of immediate assistance - just send a message out to the list and you can expect responses within seconds. Click here to learn more.

FJA Journal: The FJA Journal is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for plaintiff lawyers featuring regular sections on Auto Litigation, Insurance, Medical Malpractice, Products Liability, Mass Torts, Workers’ Compensation and much more.

Virtual Law Office: FJA’s Virtual Law Office gives you have access to a free forms database that has downloadable and editable forms for every step in every kind of case. 

Florida Bar: A guardian for the integrity of the legal profession, The Florida Bar is the statewide professional organization of lawyers.

Expert Witness Guide: Need an expert or vendor? Look no further. FJA's Expert Witness & Vendor Guide is a resource full of experts and service providers knowledgable in their respective fields—all ready to help you with your client's case. Do you know an expert or vendor that should be listed in our database? Take a moment to let us know. 

Continuing Legal Education: FJA offers some of the finest CLE seminars and audio programs in the country at substantial discounts for members. Seminars cover topics such as collateral sources, auto negligence, insurance, medical malpractice and jury selection.

Legislative, Political & Judicial Advocacy: The Florida Justice Association is extremely active in the legislative and public opinion arenas. Through continuous contact with opinion leaders and the media, FJA strives to promote the positive work done by our members in protecting the safety of Florida's families.

FJA Sections/Committees: FJA sections exist to help members network and share strategies and information specific to their area of expertise. The FJA sections include Appellate Practice, Workers' Compensation, Women's Caucus and Young Lawyers.