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Advocacy

The Voice for Creditors Rights Attorneys

NCBA is recognized as the premier advocate for attorneys practicing creditors rights law.

Our advocacy initiatives place significant focus on legislative, regulatory and judicial issues that govern our members’ legal practices.  By providing a voice for our members we are able to tell our story and ensure that we highlight the compliance, professionalism and dedication of our law firm members.

Legislative

Regulatory

  • Building relationships, engagement and enhanced outreach with regulatory agencies including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Federal Trade Commission, and others to communicate and advocate for NCBA members.
  • View NCBA's Comment Letters here.

Judicial

  • Enhance relationships with judicial associations, including the Uniform Law Commission (ULC), the Association of State Court Judges and the creation of other bench-bar relationships and opportunities.
  • Provide robust review and participation in litigation involving NCBA members and pertinent legal issues, specifically through the amicus brief process.
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Creditors Rights attorneys are experienced professionals. They work as partners with creditor clients to attain and enforce legal judgments and, just as important, help consumers maintain the privileges associated with positive credit.

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