CCALPURPOSE

Since 1993, the Community Associations Institute has recognized excellence in the practice of community association law through the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL). Robert Meisner was the first of three Michigan attorneys recognized with fellowship in CCAL.

Of the thousands of attorneys practicing community association law in the United States, fewer than 175 have been granted membership in the College. Fellows of the College distinguish themselves through contributions to the development of community association law. Their service is demonstrated by a commitment to educate and empower boards and residents of the more than 320,000 community associations across the country. CCAL attorneys have been adjudged to practice according to high standards of professional and ethical conduct, and they work to create a “community of experienced legal professionals” to advance community association law for the betterment of the communities they serve.

CCAL GOALS

  • Promoting high standards of professional and ethical responsibility in the practice of community association law
  • Developing and educating attorneys working in the field of community association law
  • Facilitating the development of community association educational materials and programming related to legal issues for use by other professionals and homeowners
  • Cooperating with international, national, state and local organizations, government agencies and other groups having an interest in community association law
  • Working with other college fellows to assist community associations in maximizing effective governance practices

Save yourself time, money and frustration by hiring an attorney who specializes in community association law. When you hire a CCAL fellow, you’ll know you’re being represented by one of the best community association lawyers in the country. CCAL fellows are leaders committed to creating and improving communities and the legal structures that define them.