Even the Best Attorneys Need Good Representation…

Every single year, powerful corporate special interests spend millions of dollars lobbying in Tallahassee against you, your clients and the integrity of Florida’s civil justice system.

The FJA works tirelessly against these interests, to protect you and your clients’ rights and to ensure Florida’s civil justice system remains (somewhat) fair.

FJA is the most powerful and effective organization in the state fighting for you, your clients’ rights and Florida’s Civil Justice System. However we need your support to continue to be effective. With your help, together we will bring justice to thousands of Floridians who need the protection FJA can provide.
Who are these special interest groups that FJA battles annually? To name a few:
  • The Insurance Industry
  • The Florida Chamber of Commerce
  • The Florida Civil Justice “Reform” Institute
  • Multiple Health Care Lobbies
  • The Nursing Home Industry
  • Publix Supermarkets
  • Walt Disney World
  • Cigarette Manufacturers
And the list goes on...


"Florida’s entity-to-lawmaker
ratio placed second among
the states… with an average
25 entities with a lobbyist for
each of Florida’s 160
Legislators."


“Dollars in Disruption: Survey Points to Gobs of Lobbyists in Tallahassee,”
Tallahassee Democrat, February 13, 2016

All FJA Members are invited and
encouraged to come to Tallahassee
during the Legislative Session and
join our lobbying ranks.
In no other area do our efforts at the Florida Justice Association have more of a direct impact on the success of your practice than during Florida’s annual 60-day legislative session. That’s when your legislative team works tirelessly day and night on behalf of you and your clients.

However, we always need volunteers to come to Tallahassee to lobby in their areas of expertise. Your involvement today will help us secure victories that will benefit your practice and your clients for years to come. Volunteer today!


Contact Lynn McCartney at lmccartney@floridajusticeassociation.org or call her at (850) 521-1030 for more information.