Association of Legal Administrators Law and Legal Definition

The Association of Legal Administrators’ is an independent organization that works to promote and enhance the competence and professionalism of all members of the legal management team. The association aims to improve the quality of management in law firms and other legal service organizations and represent professional legal management and managers to the legal community and to the community at large.

The functions of the association include;

a. to develop and deliver programs and products that will provide high-quality, competency-based education to members of the legal management team;

b. to improve and strengthen the flow of information to and from the members;

c. to enhance the services and benefits available to members;

d. to increase the visibility and credibility of the association of Legal Administrators and its members in the legal community through effective marketing and communications, and through partnering efforts with the bar and other law-related associations;

e. to retain and recruit members from all components of the legal management team;

f. to maintain the association’s strong economic base;

g. to increase diversity in the association, in the legal management community and in all legal service organizations; and

h. to promote and continue an organizational structure which clearly and effectively allocates the policy and operational roles and responsibilities of volunteers and staff through governance policies.