Who We Are

PSALA are offering a 50% discount for membership at this time! 

Anyone with management responsibilities or interests, within organizations related to the practice of law, such as…

  • Private law firms
  • Corporate and governmental legal departments
  • Governmental legal agencies
  • Court systems
  • Bar associations
  • Administrative Managers, both general and specialized
  • Managing partners/shareholders
  • Instructors in business, organizational management, law, or law-related disciplines
  • Students in business or law -bar association executives

Benefits of Membership

  • Legal Management Resources
  • Networking with Law Firm Leaders
  • Access to Local/National Association Job Banks
  • Local/National ListServs and Forums

Click on the button below and fill out the online form to start the membership process.

What We Do

The PSALA provides over 40 educational sessions each year. Our Chapter offers Monthly Meetups on a range of topics that are relevant to legal management professionals. In addition to focusing on issues in the legal industry, the PSALA is committed to community service. Each year, our Chapter partners with a local charity to donate time to community activities/projects and fundraising through our Law Firm Leaders dinner.

ALA

ALA is the undisputed leader for the business of law, focused on the delivery of cutting-edge management and leadership products and services to the global legal community.

We identify and provide solutions to the most strategic and operational challenges our members and customers face today, while we prepare them for the opportunities and challenges of tomorrow.

PSALA’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

At PSALA we believe that our Diversity and Inclusion work, at its foundation, requires a commitment by each member to our individual, on-going development of cultural competence as professionals in the legal industry. Cultural competence refers to an active process of developing our awareness of our own identities, assumptions and biases; developing our knowledge of the backgrounds and cultures of people with whom we interact and work with in our communities; developing skills to engage in culturally sensitive interactions; and advocating for more equitable organizations through mitigating bias in systems, processes and decision making and modeling behavior that fosters inclusion within our organizations.

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