Welcome to the Tucson-Old Pueblo Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA). We are very proud that 2015 marks our 27th 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, Berny Frenzer at email@example.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.
Region 6 Newsletter – The Region 6 Newsletter is now available. Check out the Members Only section for the latest news in Region 6 of the Association of Legal Administrators!
Upcoming Chapter Events
Phoenix Chapter Education & Business Partner Expo – The Phoenix Valley of the Sun Chapter annual Education & Business Partner Expo is the must-attend upcoming event in August. The 2015 Expo will be held on August 12, 2015, at the Phoenix Convention Center. We have a great time carpooling and heading North to spend time with our colleagues and benefit from the first-class education sessions. Check out the the Valley of the Sun website here for additional information. There is no charge if you are an ALA member.
Monthly Membership Meeting – The next monthly meeting will be held in September and will discuss the new branding campaign LawVantage! Katie Bryant will join us to discuss this exciting new proposal. Please plan to join us. Location and date will be posted soon.
2015 Education Retreat – The Tucson-Old Pueblo Chapter’s annual Educational Retreat was held on Friday, July 17, 2015, at the Marriott University Park Hotel. Pictures will be posted soon.
ALA National – The ALA National Conference was a tremendous success. The new ALA branding project was discussed and will be announced at CLI in late July. Look for notices and plan to attend the Webinar to participate in the official announcement. The Business Law Conference will be on October 22 – 24, 2015, at the Paris Law Vegas – Las Vegas, NV. We hope you are able to attend. Conference information is available here.
May Meeting Recap – Thank you to Dana Ammons, All About People, for the terrific presentation at our May meeting on providing a comprehensive overview of the key labor trends affecting legal staffing in the Southern Arizona legal market. This was a well researched and presented topic. Be sure to reach out to Dana and his team for your temporary and permanent staffing needs.
Thank you also to Terry Dwyer, Executive Director, for holding the meeting at The Udall Law Firm. 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.
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