As a member of the Association, you'll attend informative workshops, meetings and special programs and receive significant discounts on continuing legal education courses offered through the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and the Philadelphia Bar Education Center. At sessions sponsored by more than 50 committees and nine sections, you'll meet and network with colleagues in every possible area of practice. You'll interact with people who can help you grow your practice and thrive in your profession.

Within our Young Lawyers Division or as part of one of our many pro bono or public service projects, you will test the broad range of your interests and make valuable contributions to the community while sharing in the proud legacy of the Philadelphia lawyer.

Through our monthly Philadelphia Bar Reporter newspaper, The Philadelphia Lawyer quarterly magazine, our website at www.philadelphiabar.org, our weekly Bar Reporter Online e-newsbrief, our weekly YLD Ezine, our monthly Upon Further Review caselaw e-newsletter, blogs, podcast gallery and vast social media network, you'll receive a regular menu of information that will update you and keep you connected to our professional family day after day.

Plus, view employment opportunities on Bar Classifieds, and place ads at a fraction of the cost of other online services.

You'll benefit from insurance brokerage services provided through USI Affinity. You'll also be able to take advantage of health clubs and rental cars.

Plus, our legislative program - under the direction of a full-time, on-site staff member and a special consultant in the state Capitol - will champion your interests to lawmakers at City Hall, in Harrisburg and in Washington.

No wonder more than four out of every five Philadelphia lawyers belong to the Philadelphia Bar Association. They understand the true value of a career affiliation that pays for itself in real-life, long-term rewards.

Join the Philadelphia Bar Association today and discover the advantages of the most important career decision you'll ever make.