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Terms & Conditions for a law firm listing in this Legal Network are:
- A minimum of FIVE years working in A/E Construction Law with the A/E profession;
- Continuation of the current relationship your firm has with the AIA local and state components in your region. This means continuing support in the form of allied or similar membership, sponsorships, or other activities currently supporting your local components. If your firm does not currently have a relationship with local or state AIA components, it agrees to initiate a relationship by contacting the local and state components in your region. We would be pleased to furnish the appropriate contact information to you.
- Willingness of your attorneys in the A/E Construction law field to introduce your firm to individual AIA members by discussing a prospective A/E Construction matter at no charge for up to 30-minutes duration.
- Accurate completion of the online profile form.
- AIA Trust staff must review the profile before it will be posted online.
In order to participate in the network, your firm must meet the requirements listed above. Then, simply click here to enroll; you will be asked to create a log-in and complete the online form with your firm information, including contact information, a photo (optional), basic information about your practice, firm/practice description, and description of your a/e attorneys.
Your completed profile will be forwarded to the AIA Trust for final review and posting. The AIA Trust reserves the right to refuse or remove a listing (because it is inaccurate or inappropriate).