Welcome to the Tucson-Old Pueblo Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA).  We are very proud that 2013 marked our 25th anniversary!   
The Tucson Chapter offers high-quality educational programs, leadership, and networking opportunities for professionals working in the legal community throughout Southern Arizona.  The Tucson Old Pueblo Chapter was formed in 1988 and is proud to have served law firms and corporations with valuable resources for two decades. 
We hope you find the information on this web site helpful and of value. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our Chapter, please contact Chapter President, Jackie Parham at JParham@pd-law.com.  We welcome anyone interested in learning more about our organization to stop by a monthly membership meeting. 
Check out the Calendar tab for the latest meeting information.
Thank you for your interest in the ALA and Tucson Chapter.

Fond Farewell to an ALA Legend and Great Friend!

We wish Candy Canton all the best.  Below are a few final thoughts from Candy to her many Chapter and ALA national colleagues:

As we approach the New Year and I head out the door to retirement, I wanted to let you know what a pleasure it has been knowing you over the sixteen years that I have been with Mesch Clark & Rothschild.   My career here has been full and satisfying, made more so by the people who assisted or guided me along the way.  I thank you for your generosity of time and the sharing of your knowledge.  You made me smarter and better manager.  Best wishes for 2015 and beyond.

Candace Thorne Canton

Upcoming Chapter Events

The January monthly meeting will be held at DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 12:00 p.m.  The presentation topic will be The Future of Mobility.  Thank you for the sponsoring business partner Alan Sargent, Orion Law Management.   Please contact Lisa Yeager (LYAEGER@gabroylaw.com) with Gabroy, Rollman & Bosse, P.C. to RSVP. 

The Chapter held it’s annual Holiday Luncheon at the posh North restaurant.  We had a great turnout and it was wonderful to see several of our retired chapter leaders attend.


Thank you to all of our chapter business partners, we greatly appreciate your continued support for our continuing educational events.

Making a Difference in Our Community The Tucson Old Pueblo Chapter is committed the helping those less fortunate in our community.  The ongoing Community Connection project this year is supporting The Sister Jose Women’s Shelter of Tucson.  Please contact Kathy Dehn if you have any items to donate for this wonderful shelter dedicated to homeless women in our community.  


 ALA Disclaimer

 The Tucson-Old Pueblo Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators is a separate legal entity from the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA). ALA licenses the use of its name, mark, logos and other protected properties to chapters that are in good standing. ALA disclaims all liability or responsibility whatsoever for the actions, representations and liabilities of the Tucson-Old Pueblo Chapter, specifically including those of any nature whatsoever arising from or out of the content of other features related to the Tucson-Old Pueblo Chapter Web site. In no event shall ALA be deemed the guarantor of the Tucson-Old Pueblo Chapter.

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