The National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) Board of Directors met in Baltimore, Maryland, last week. The meeting marks the beginning of Mr. Rapoport’s second year as the President of the National Board of Trial Advocacy Board of Directors. The NBTA is the oldest American Bar Association (ABA) accredited attorney board certifying agency in the world. The board is comprised of nationally known trial lawyers, educators and judges dedicated to bettering the quality of trial advocacy in our nation’s courtrooms and helping consumers find experienced and highly qualified trial lawyers.
NBTA offers board certification in Civil and Criminal Trial Advocacy, Family Trial Advocacy, Social Security Trial Advocacy and Civil Pretrial Practice. Attorneys who earn board certification must meet and maintain rigorous objective quality standards, including extensive experience in their specialty area and passing a written exam.
To learn more about attorney board certification, to find a board-certified lawyer to represent you or a loved one, or if you are an attorney interested in earning your board certification from the NBTA, contact the office at 312-445-9160.
Attorney David Rapoport has been Board Certified* in Civil Trial Advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy since 1990. He has proven his currency and substantial trial experience through NBTA recertification in 1995, 2000, 2005 and 2010.
*Board certification is not required to practice law in Illinois and the Illinois Supreme Court does not recognize specialties in the practice of law.