Trial attorney Tom D’Amore is an Executive Committee member for the nationally acclaimed American Association for Justice (AAJ).
D’Amore Law Group is among a select group of law firms that participate in the American Association for Justice Leaders Forum.
Executive Committee (2013-2014)
Board of Governors, Oregon Representative
Chair, Audit Committee, (2011-2012)
Chair, Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway and Premises Liability Section (2008 – 2009)
Chair, Retirement Committee (February 2013 – Present)
PAC Board (February 2013 – Present)
State Delegate (2005 – 2009)
Leader’s Forum Member (2008 – Present)
President’s Circle (1997 – 2008)
Election Committee (July 2012 – Present)
PAC Task Force/AAJ PAC (July 2012 – Present)
National Finance Council Member
Audit Committee Member
Retirement Plans Oversight Committee Member
Litigation Groups: Bad Faith Litigation Group, Birth Trauma Litigation Group,
Interstate Trucking Litigation Group, Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group, Preemption Litigation Group
Practice Sections: Aviation Law Section, Insurance Section, Motor Vehicle Section,
Products Liability Section, Professional Negligence/PNLR
The mission of the American Association for Justice is to promote a fair and effective justice system—and to support the work of attorneys in their efforts to ensure that any person who is injured by the misconduct or negligence of others can obtain justice in America’s courtrooms, even when taking on the most powerful interests.
AAJ Leaders Forum is an instrumental part of the effort to re-frame the debate about the civil justice system. It seeks to inform the public about the critical role that trial attorneys play in holding wrongdoers accountable for their actions.
As the world’s largest trial bar with members worldwide, and a network of U.S. and Canadian affiliates involved in diverse areas of trial advocacy, AAJ provides lawyers with the information and professional assistance needed to serve clients successfully and protect the democratic values inherent in the civil justice system.