Business Partners

2017-2018 Sponsorship Program

The Pittsburgh Legal Administrators Association greatly appreciates the support of our legal business partner community. This support allows us to accomplish our mission of providing invaluable opportunities and connections to legal professionals in southwestern Pennsylvania. With its commitment to education, networking, and community service, the PLAA is a catalyst for growth, as well as professional and personal development.

PLAA and its parent organization, the international Association of Legal Administrators, recognize the benefits of partnering with business partners to increase membership awareness of products and services. Through this program, our business partners have the ability to network with our members at Chapter meetings and other social and educational events throughout the year. If you are interested in participating in the PLAA Business Partnership Program, please see the following brochure: 2017-2018 PLAA Business Partners Directory (pdf).

Thank you very much for supporting PLAA. We hope you develop many rewarding relationships with our members. If you have any questions about the PLAA Business Partnership Program, please feel free to contact any Committee member listed under the Business Partner Relations Committee.

2018-2019 Business Partnership Registration Form (pdf)

2018-2019 PLAA Business Partnership Program Guide (pdf)

ALA Legal Marketplace

ALA Business Partners

Mutually Beneficial Relationships: Performance Guidelines for ALA Members and Chapters and Legal Industry Consultants & Business Partners (pdf)

Sponsorship Opportunities & Mailing Address

For more information on how your business can partner with the Pittsburgh Legal Administrators Association, please contact:

Pittsburgh Legal Administrators Association
c/o Sandra Fantini
Papernick & Gefsky, LLC
301 Grant Street, Suite 3420
One Oxford Centre
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
sfantini@papernick-gefsky.com
Phone Number: 412.765.2212

Endorsements

In 1987, the Association of Legal Administrators’ (ALA) Board of Directors ruled that “neither the international Association nor a chapter will endorse products or services unless prior approval has been granted by the board of the international Association.”