Consumer Attorneys of CaliforniaAbout the CAOC Mobile AppThis application allows members to view list messages, browse member directories and register for events. You can also stay up to date with our push notification alerts and our integrated social media.AboutDefending the 7th Amendment right to trial by jury in civil matters and working to maintain access to the legal system for all Californians, not just the wealthy.MissionOur mission is to promote the public good through the civil justice system. Consumer attorneys have leaded efforts to hold the tobacco industry accountable for misrepresenting the health effects of cigarettes, to make vehicles safer, to protect individual privacy, to defend wage-earners against bosses who would exploit them, and to help working people whose life savings have been ravaged by Wall Street greed. CAOC was founded in 1961 to provide continuing legal education to its members that is required by law. The association also plays an advocacy role with elected officials and the general public, encouraging and promoting changes to California law by legislative, initiative or court action, opposing injustice in existing or contemplated laws, and seeking to correct unjust and oppressive legislation or judicial decisions.Company OverviewConsumer Attorneys of California is the professional association representing members of the plaintiffs bar in California. Our members represent consumers who have been victims of workplace discrimination or have seen their civil rights violated. They fight on behalf of people exposed to toxic chemicals, injured by defective products or maimed by medical negligence. They seek justice for Californians who have been wronged by financial institutions or damaged by insurance companies acting in bad faith. Member attorneys work on a contingency fee basis to ensure access to the justice system for all Californians, even those of very limited means. Consumer attorneys support the rights of businesses. All we ask is that businesses play by the rules and are held accountable when they don't.