In an effort to encourage more government attorneys to join CSHA, the CSHA Board of Directors approved a Government Attorneys Initiative Pilot Program. Most federal, state, county, and other local government attorneys are eligible for membership with dues of $25/year (a $200+ discount). CSHA may also provide a subsidy in the maximum amount permitted by the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) to be applied toward the tuition for attending one of our seminars (Fall or Spring).
Recipients of the dues discount and/or tuition subsidy are responsible for their own reporting obligations.
In an effort to engage more new health law attorneys in CSHA, who might not otherwise be able to afford membership, the New Healthcare Attorneys program has been created. Attorneys who have been practicing for less than five years and who are in solo practice or at a law firm or other small employer of fewer than three attorneys are eligible to participate. Participants in this program are eligible for CSHA membership with dues of $100/year (a discount of $125).
In an effort to encourage retired health law attorneys to stay involved in CSHA, the Retired Attorneys program has been created. Retired Attorneys are eligible if they have been a CSHA full member for the immediate prior five years, and are either fully retired or are practicing health law no more than an average of 20 hours per month. Participants in this program are eligible for CSHA membership with dues of $125/year (a discount of $100) and a 50% discount off spring and fall seminar regular registration fees (does not include travel and accommodations).
CSHA membership offers a host of benefits including timely access to the latest updates on state and federal legislation, regulations, and case law that affects the healthcare industry. You will also receive:
Welcome to the California Society for Healthcare Attorneys Website!
We know that your health law practice is very important to you. We are excited to bring you tools that will help you enhance your practice, including back issues of our journal, California Health Law News, a job bulletin board and a calendar of educational events. The Site is an informational resource for you, and we hope a valuable one.