Make the most of your AHLA membership! Enroll in a Practice Group, start a conversation on a Discussion List, share your expertise as a mentor, team up with a colleague to speak at a program or write an article, and much more.
Getting involved makes AHLA a better organization, and creates professional opportunities for you.
More than ever, we rely on quick and easy access to relevant information for successful practice management. AHLA understands this particular need and offers you many key information sources and services that will help you be effective counsel for your clients.
Get in touch with AHLA staff and leaders to find membership support, answers to your questions about programs and webinars, and press/media inquiries. Find your fellow AHLA members with the Member Directory.
As the premier provider of continuing education to the profession, AHLA leads health law to excellence through its in-person programs held across the country.
Find valuable guidance for your health law practice needs: books, newsletters, ePrograms, the Health Law Archive and more.
Learn from the experts and stay on top of health law issues by participating in webinars, roundtable discussions, and educational calls—from your office, home, or on the go.
Subscription to the Health Law Archive
is $125/year. Site licensing for larger
groups is also available at a discounted
If your organization is interested in
purchasing a site license, please
New AHLA members receive complimentary
access to Archive for one year.
Join a Practice Group and grow professionally by increasing your mastery of health law issues; gaining valuable leadership experience through volunteerism; networking with fellow health law industry colleagues; and much more.
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The American Health Lawyers Association is the nation's largest, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) educational organization devoted to legal issues in the health care field with nearly 14,000 members.