The Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association (JWLA) was founded in 1982 to provide support and networking for women lawyers in Jacksonville, Florida. JWLA membership is open to all attorneys, male or female, in Jacksonville, Florida and surrounding counties.
JWLA reaches out to the community by supporting Hubbard House, the local women's shelter. In addition, JWLA has established a mentoring program in conjunction with the Florida Coastal School of Law and promotes legal scholarship. JWLA also hosts the Annual Judicial Reception, an event at which the judges of local state, federal and administrative benches are recognized for their contribution to the legal community.
JWLA's membership benefits include:
- Florida Association For Women Lawyers (FAWL) membership
- Free CLEs
- Great networking opportunities
- 2 Free receptions (Opening Reception & Holiday Party)
- Your contact information listed on JWLA.org referral hub
For a schedule of luncheons and events, visit the events page.
Membership is open to all attorneys, male or female, in Jacksonville or surrounding counties. Visit our membership page for more details and membership benefits.
Option 1 - Pay as you go for luncheons and events
Option 2 - All Inclusive
one time payment
To submit membership application:
The JWLA Membership enrollment process is now done through the FAWL website,
To enroll online as a new member:
Click on "Join FAWL Now" on the right-hand side of the page and follow the instructions.
To renew your membership:
Click on “Renew Today” on the right-hand side of the page & follow the instructions. You will be required to log-in using your previous username and password. There are links if you have forgotten your username or password. As a previous member, FAWL’s website will auto-fill your membership information for you.
You can pay by credit card using the secure online option.
If you prefer to pay by check, fill out this application and mail it in with your check to the address supplied in Lantana, Florida
Date: September 10th, 2015
Date: October 8, 2015