The Commercial Law League of America ("CLLA") is a respected organization of attorneys and credit professionals actively engaged in the fields of commercial law, bankruptcy and insolvency. Since 1895, CLLA has been associated with the representation of creditor interests, while at the same time seeking fair, equitable and efficient administration of bankruptcy cases for all parties. CLLA’s core purpose is to be the leader in providing legal, educational and professional services to the business and credit communities. CLLA is dedicated to providing expertise, in-sight, and results to Bankruptcy Attorneys, Credit and Collection Professionals & Alliance Partners.
CLLA’s Commercial Collection Agency Certification is the accepted standard throughout the industry. The accreditation program has been in place for more than 30 years and is the mark of a trusted agency.
CLLA has always believed in focusing on education, for attorneys as well as credit professionals. CLLA events offer numerous educational opportunities; many of which provide attorneys with their required Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits, as well as programs which provide the Continuing Education Credits agency certification requires. Focusing on the latest in collection and bankruptcy law, as well as other hot topics, CLLA education keeps you informed.
The CLLA is also a founding sponsor of the American Board of Certification (ABC), which is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the public and improving the quality of the bankruptcy and creditor's rights law bars. The ABC has certified nearly 3,000 attorneys in consumer and business bankruptcy and creditors’ rights law nationwide. All CLLA members are subject to the CLLA Operative Guides and the CLLA Constitution. Visit CLLA online at www.clla.org.