AHLA has revamped the alliance programs. A signed alliance agreement is no longer be required, and any existing alliance agreement are retired.
For the School Alliance Program, we’ve eliminated school points of contact and made the benefits of AHLA membership available directly to law students. All individuals enrolled full time at a law or graduate school qualify for free membership in AHLA.
For the State Alliance Program, we’ve established a special online community for representatives of state and local bar associations. The State and Local Bar Associations Network provides a platform to connect and share ideas with other individuals involved in their state and local bar associations. Individuals can post messages, ask questions, share best practices, and make resources available for others to view in the Network’s library. To subscribe to the Network, go to www.healthlawyers.org/myAHLA, log in, click on “My Communities,” and select the checkbox next to State and Local Bar Associations Network. Of course, while AHLA membership is not needed to belong to the State and Local Bar Associations Network, we would encourage you to consider membership if you have not already done so. To learn more about the benefits of membership, visit www.healthlawyers.org/join.