The Section on Administrative Law shall take as its province the development and practical working of the administrative law, both substantive and procedural, with reference to problems involving the administrative process in this Commonwealth.
PBA Bylaws, Article VI, Section 621
To advance the practice of administrative law, benefiting counsel for agencies and regulated entities at the federal, state and local levels, to serve as a resource for administrative law constituencies, and offer a collegial forum for sharing ideas and experience.
Message From the Chair
Welcome to the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s (PBA) Administrative Law Section webpage. The PBA’s Administrative Law Section offers a collegial forum for administrative law practitioners to share ideas, experiences, and resources to advance the practice of administrative law. These resources include:
- An active e-mail listserv allowing members to both ask and answer other members questions, share experiences, and provide updates;
- A quarterly newsletter circulated to membership and published on the Administrative Law’s webpage detailing recent case law updates, hot topics, legislative updates, and more;
- Quarterly “Lunch and Learn” webinars offering members the opportunity to receive timely updates on administrative law issues from other practitioners; and
- Regular updates from PBA’s Legislative Committees on legislation with administrative law implications.
In addition to the benefits described above, Administrative Law Section members also have the opportunity to network with other professionals at regularly offered CLE’s and other PBA sponsored events.
If you are visiting this page and are not yet a section member, please consider joining today. If you are a current section member, thank you for your contributions. Finally, if you have ideas about how the section can better serve its members or contribute to the profession, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Brandon W. Boberick, Chair