The County Bar Services Department is the liaison between the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the more than 60 county bar associations throughout the commonwealth.
Avoidance of Legal Malpractice Seminars
Provided by the PBA and developed by the PBA Professional Liability Committee, seminars are offered every spring and fall at more than 60 county-based locations.
During the seminars, members enrolled in the PBA Insurance Program, which is advised and administered by USI Affinity, gain valuable malpractice avoidance information and earn up to a 7.5% discount on their malpractice insurance.
The seminars, sponsored by the PBA Insurance Program and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, are approved for 1.5 hours of ethics, professionalism or substance abuse CLE credit.
Current list of Avoiding Legal Malpractice Seminar (ALMS) dates and locations
Register online through the Member Dashboard (Log-in, click on Events and then click Register for an Event)
Register online through the Calendar
Created in 1967, the CCBL builds a closer relationship between county bar associations in Pennsylvania, the PBA and the American Bar Association and offers a forum to exchange ideas that build bar association, to promote the legal profession and the administration of justice and to improve the economic standing of the legal profession.
A statewide conference is held in late February of each year.
A newsletter helping county bar associations stay connected with the work being done in other counties and at the state level.
A county-by-county listing of names and contact information for county bar association leaders – free for members.
Links to county bar association websites
Information for use by PBA and county bar leaders and bar members, including tools to identify and recruit leaders. (login required)
PABE – Pennsylvania Association of Bar Executives
PABE is a member association that was established in 1985. It provides: a forum for the mutual interchange of ideas to facilitate the administration of organized bar activities; information that assists with office management and business administration in the operation of bar association offices; coordination of activities of bar associations; conducts surveys among members of the Association on various aspects of bar association operations and activities; stimulates the work and activities of bar associations in general; and develops a cordial relationship, spirit of unity, and common understanding among bar executives.
The PABE bylaws provide membership requirements. Generally membership is open to any member of the staff in an executive capacity of a bar association or lawyer membership organization within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. To learn more visit PABE.info