Meeting with other Christian attorneys offers the chance for regular fellowship activity. We can lose track of the importance to meet regularly to be encouraged, learn something new, and have fun. As a result, we end up over working, not staying in touch with colleagues, and missing out on an important aspect of Christian legal discipleship. If you attend monthly CLS chapter meetings, you’ll soon make it part of your routine. The more you attend, the more you will learn how to integrate faith and law, and your practice as well as those in need will benefit.
CLS devotes its resources toward assisting lawyers in all practices, from small, solo, government, large, corporate counsel and many other positions. We also provide services that are relevant to lawyers who are mid-career and retiring, those transitioning out of law into other careers, and helping young lawyers find pathways toward their future.