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Educating and Connecting the Health Law Community

When you join AHLA, you're joining a community of health lawyers and health law professionals who represent the entire spectrum of the health care industry, including hospitals and hospital systems, physicians, managed care organizations, insurers, long term care facilities, home health agencies, and other health care entities on business, corporate and regulatory matters. Benefits of membership include:

Stay In the Know

AHLA helps you navigate the ever-changing world of health law with newsletters and publications to help you keep a pulse on the industry and address today's health law challenges across a broad range of subject categories.

Build Your Network

It’s not just who you know; it’s who others know. Along with in-house counsel and health lawyers, you will join health care consultants, compliance and privacy officers, regulatory and finance professionals, physicians, nurses, CEOs, and public health officials.

Earn CLE, CPE, and CCB Credits

Gain a competitive edge with exclusive gold standard educational opportunities on a variety of hot topics via in-person programs and distance learning webinars.

Gain Credibility

Membership in AHLA signifies you are an expert in the health law field. And, leadership opportunities within AHLA can produce big results for your career and for the health law community.

Accelerate Your Career

AHLA empowers you for success. Browse job listings, set up job alerts, post your resume. Regardless of your career stage, AHLA has career resources to help you reach your next step.

Be a Part of Our Community

When you join AHLA, you are joining a community of health law professionals who educate and support one another as the health law environment continues to shift.  Learn more about membership.


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Equity in Health Care and Health Law Practice: Conversations with Health Law Leaders

David S. Cade, Executive Vice President and CEO of AHLA, sat down with prominent health law leaders on May 25, 2021, to discuss how we, as a community, can improve equity in health care and health law practice. Below are the interview excerpts along with links to the full interviews.



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