Membership FAQs

The National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) is a membership-based organization that provides support, education, and advocacy for prosecutors across the United States.

NDAA membership is open to those working in the prosecution field, as well as individuals seeking justice for communities and working on behalf of victims.

NDAA membership provides access to a variety of resources, including training and educational programs, networking opportunities, and access to expert guidance and support.

The cost of a NDAA membership varies depending on the type of membership and the level of support required. Please click here for current membership rates.

To become a member of NDAA, simply visit our website and complete the online membership application. Our team will review your application and follow up with you regarding next steps.

NDAA supports its members through a variety of resources, including training and education, expert guidance and support, advocacy, and networking opportunities.

NDAA membership can provide valuable training and educational opportunities that can help you develop new skills and stay up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in criminal law. It can also provide access to a network of peers and experts who can offer guidance and support throughout your career.

Yes, NDAA is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion within the legal profession and the criminal justice system. We strive to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for all members, regardless of background or identity.

Some NDAA training and educational programs are open to non-members. Please visit our website for more information on specific programs and events. However, membership provides access to additional resources and benefits.

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1400 Crystal Drive, Suite 330
Arlington, VA 22202

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