Organizational Members

NACC’s organizational members are child and family law offices, CASAs, law schools, courts, and other agencies and organizations across the country that serve children and families. From small teams to large practices, to pro bono networks and more, a variety of organizations interested in child welfare law, practice, and policy are members of NACC.

Organizational Members of NACC

Advokids California

Alaska Office of Public Advocacy Alaska

Alliance for Childrens Rights California

Arizona Office of the Attorney General Arizona

Chatham County Child Advocate Office Georgia

Child Advocates Inc. Indiana

Child Law Services, Inc. West Virginia

Children’s Advocacy Institute California

Children’s Law Center of California California

Childrens Law Center of New Hampshire New Hampshire

Children’s Law Center of Washington DC District of Columbia

Children’s Legal Services of San Diego California

Children’s Rights New York

Children’s Rights Society Inc. New York

Citizens Concerned for Children, Inc. New York

City of Richmond Department of Social Services Virginia

Civitas ChildLaw Center Illinois

Colorado Court Improvement Program Colorado

Colorado Office of the Child Representative Colorado

Connecticut Division of Public Defender Services Connecticut

Dane County Corporation Counsel Wisconsin

Darlene A. Wakefield P.A. Maryland

Defender Association of Philadelphia Pennsylvania

DeKalb County Child Advocacy Center Georgia

East Bay Children’s Law Offices California

Florida’s Children First Florida

Foster Care Advocacy Center Texas

Franklin Law Group Maryland

Freitas & Freitas, LLP Massachusetts

Hamilton County Public Defender – Guardian Ad Litem Division Ohio

Indiana Department of Child Services Indiana

Inland Juvenile Panel Attorneys, Inc. California

Insitute to Transform Child Protection Minnesota

Iowa Children’s Justice Iowa

Jackson County CASA Missouri

Kansas Department for Children and Families Kansas

Kids’ Voice of Indiana Indiana

KidsVoice Pennsylvania Pennsylvania

Law Foundation of Silicon Valley – Legal Advocates for Youth and Children California

Lawyers for Children New York

Legal Aid Bureau of Buffalo, Inc. New York

Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada Nevada

Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee Wisconsin

Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach Florida

Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio – Children’s Practice Group Ohio

Legal Counsel for Youth and Children Washington

Legal Services of North Florida Florida

Legal Services of Southern Missouri Missouri

Massachusetts Office of the Child Advocate Massachusetts

Mental Health Advocacy Service Louisiana

Michigan State Bar – Child Advocacy Team Michigan

Minnesota Guardian ad Litem Program Minnesota

Mississippi Attorney General’s Office Mississippi

Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services Mississippi

National Center for Youth Law California

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services – Legal Services Nebraska

New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts New Mexico

New Mexico Children Youth and Families Department Children’s Attorneys New Mexico

New Mexico Office of Family Representation and Advocacy New Mexico

Northern Nevada Legal Aid Nevada

Pima County Office of Children’s Counsel Arizona

Public Counsel California

Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center Colorado

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Legal Services Office Arizona

Southeast Louisiana Legal Services Louisiana

Summit Legal Defenders Ohio

Support Center for Child Advocates Pennsylvania

Supreme Court of Texas Childrens’ Commission Texas

The Children’s Law Project of Hawai’i Hawai’i

The Juvenile Right Practice (Legal Aid Society of NYC) New York

Travis County Office of Child Representation Texas

Utah Indigent Defense Commission Utah

Wyoming Guardian Ad Litem Wyoming

NACC’s organizational membership program is designed to serve a variety of organizations interested in child welfare law, practice, and policy.

Join NACC as an Organizational Member

Join NACC as an office, organization, or agency and the entire staff receives Bronze level member benefits, including monthly webinars, monthly newsletter, quarterly law journal, conference library, discounts on CWLS certification, training, conference, and more! Complete the enrollment form and send it to [email protected] or email your questions and NACC will help enroll your team.


If you have any questions regarding membership, email NACC’s Membership Coordinator.


CWLS and students receive a complimentary membership!

CWLS – your member account will be created for you and information will be sent to you (do not complete the membership form).

Students – join as an individual member and select the Student level.