Business Partners
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The Boston Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators serves approximately 200 Members, comprised of a diverse group of managers and decision makers who represent most of the law firms in the greater Boston area. Recognizing the importance of Business Partners to its membership, the Boston Chapter ALA has designed a Business Partner program that promotes the development of partnership opportunities between our firms and the businesses that service our industry and contribute to our success.

The comprehensive Business Partner program developed by the Boston Chapter ALA gives Business Partners a unique opportunity to meet the people who are integral to decision-making in law firms. This program provides various networking and educational opportunities via Chapter-supported events throughout the year that enable Business Partners to form and develop relationships with Members and other service providers. It also enables Business Partners to create name recognition and brand awareness in the legal community.


Our Business Partner program offers Business Partners many benefits, including:

  • Access to a quarterly electronic membership directory listing all Members of the Boston Chapter ALA and its’ current Business Partners
  • Custom profile page and advertising on the Boston Chapter ALA website
  • Invitations to attend high quality programming with top-notch speakers, various social events, and charitable outreach opportunities that the Chapter hosts each year (according to Sponsorship Level)

Higher levels of sponsorship offer additional benefits. Click here to see each Sponsorship Level’s Benefits.
The Business Partner Sponsorship Brochure can be found here.
Review the Return on Investment document.

Our Business Partner Program is a remarkable success story. We introduce Business Partners who provide a broad spectrum of goods and services to our membership. In turn, your expertise helps us to prosper. It is a win-win proposition.

The Boston Chapter ALA has a strong sense of community. We firmly believe that we have an obligation to support local non-profit organizations. Over the last few years, we have volunteered considerable time and/or support to The Home for Little Wanderers, the Finex House, the New England Center for Homeless Veterans, the Greater Boston Food Bank, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Medford & Somerville, YMCA Training, Inc. and Bridge Over Troubled Waters. We welcome Business Partners to join our Members in an effort to help our community!

Questions or More Information

If you have any questions, please contact any member of the Business Partner Committee.  

You can access potential opportunities through ALA International here
Information on the ALA and more about the Business Partner program across the Association can be found here.


Download the Registration Form

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