Advocacy: Engage with Us and Save the Date

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NCBA Virtual Hill Day 2022 - Save the Date

Mark your calendars for March 29, 2022, to join us virtually for NCBA’s 2022 Hill Day. This is an opportunity to meet with members of Congress and to advocate on behalf of your profession.

NCBA works year-round to ensure that your industry’s voice is heard and that we have a seat at the table in Washington. We spend time building relationships with members of Congress and their staffs. We push back on bad legislation and work together with Congress to push through good legislation.

Hill Day is your chance to broaden NCBA’s visibility and influence on Capitol Hill by educating Congress about legislative proposals affecting creditor rights attorneys and our industry through firsthand experiences.

Last year our virtual Hill Days included more than a dozen meetings with Members of Congress and their staffs from both sides of the aisle and from both the House and Senate. This year, we will build on our advocacy momentum as we highlight the compliance, professionalism, and dedication of all our member law firms.

NCBA PAC Update

With the assistance of our DC lobbying team, we are developing our 2022 legislative strategy that includes engaging key members of the Senate and House. Our focus will continue to be members of the Senate Banking, House Financial Services, and the Judiciary Committees. The NCBA PAC committee, led by Chair, Yale Levy, will meet in the coming weeks to discuss fundraising and NCBA member engagement.  

State Creditors Bar Association (SCBA) 2022 Grants Now Available

NCBA is pleased to announce that applications for the SCBA Grant program are now being accepted. We understand the financial challenges some SCBA’s face and are committed to helping address state legislative or legal issues related to creditors rights law.

How You Can Help

These efforts go a long way towards ensuring NCBA is the recognized premier advocate for attorneys practicing creditors rights law. To support our advocacy, please consider contributions to the NCBA PAC and/or Advocacy Support Fund. For more information about NCBA advocacy programing and opportunities, please contact [email protected].