Business Partners

Our Business Partner sponsorship program enables the First State Chapter to provide many of our scholarships and educational programs to our members. We would like to thank all of our vendors for their continuing support; they are all a key part of the benefits our members receive. For more information regarding our Business Partner sponsorship program please contact the chair of our Business Partners Committee, Denise Frawley, Saul Ewing LLP (dfrawley@saul.com) or check out the current Business Partners Participation Packet.

To sign up to become a business partner in 2017, please complete the 2017 Registration Form and return it to Denise Frawley at dfrawley@saul.com.


The First State Chapter invites business partners to susbscribe to the e-newsletter titled ALA Means Business using the online form located at http://www.alanet.org/bpcenter/bp-newsletter.asp

First State Chapter members and business partners are encouraged to visit the following sites:

ALA Legal Marketplace

Increase your company's exposure to the leaders in law firms, corporate legal departments and government agencies by linking your company's Web site from the "Legal Marketplace" section. Click on the title to visit the ALA Legal Marketplace.

Value in Partnership (VIP)SM Program

The Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) is pleased to offer its line of member benefits, providing an array of resources and services from nationally known companies. ALA members, their employers and their families have the opportunity to enjoy the savings of special benefits these programs provide. Click on the title to visit the VIP section.

Mutually Beneficial Relationships: Performance Guidelines for ALA Members and Chapters And Legal Industry Consultants, Suppliers & Vendors

The ALA’s Business Partner Relations Committee (BPRC) and the Business Partner Advisory Panel (BPAP). prepared guidelines and objectives to further enable ALA chapters and members to develop and enhance productive working relationships with the ALA business partner community, as well as offering guidance to the business partner community for establishing mutually beneficial working relationships with ALA chapters and members. Click on the title for the complete document.