Membership FAQs

Billion Dollar Lawyers Association

The Billion Dollar Lawyers Association was founded to recognize top-performing attorneys and firms who have achieved a high caliber of legal success. Only lawyers and firms with case results in excess of $1 billion are given membership. Less than 1% of attorneys and firms are members, making this one of the most exclusive forums for the most elite legal professionals across the nation.

See answers to our frequently asked questions below to learn more. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

Why join the Billion Dollar Lawyers Association?

There is currently no organization that honors attorneys and firms who have recovered over $1 billion for clients in cases or during the course of their careers. We offer an opportunity for only high-achieving attorneys and firms to validate their achievements and to network with other highly experienced members across all legal fields. See additional benefits of becoming a member.

What are the qualifications?

Applicants must have obtained settlements or awards in excess of a billion dollars or recovered a total of one billion dollars or more during their careers. Attorneys are welcome to apply as a single individual as well as a member of their firm. See a more detailed list of membership qualifications here.

Will this help my practice?

Yes! Members receive a logo that they can use on their websites, business cards, and etc. to indicate their legal achievements. One of the most persuasive selling points when a client chooses an attorney is their case results. Having this logo can authenticate your legal abilities and increase your presence to clients and fellow attorneys as well.

How do I join?

To join, you must first meet the qualifications and fill out our application form. There is a one-time initial membership fee of $5,000 and an annual $1,000 renewal fee. You must also be able to provide verification for your case results.

Call us today if you have any questions about our organization or about joining.