NCSHCA provides professional educational opportunities to North Carolina attorneys who have an interest in health care law. The Society holds an annual meeting that focuses on current and future health care legal trends and issues. It sponsors seminars throughout the year on topics of interest to the membership, including federal and state legislative and regulatory developments.
The Society promotes communication and networking among members and assists health care attorneys with their legal research. NCSHCA serves as a resource to its members with a wide variety of programs and activities that reflect the diversity of health care clients.
Benefits of Membership
- Annual educational program covering a range of timely health care topics presented by experts from within and outside North Carolina.
- Mini seminars held throughout the state, which encourage exchange among peers to promote problem solving and innovation in responding to dynamic health care market changes. The mini seminars give our members a chance to get together to address practical issues in health care law by facilitating exchange among the participants.
- Public service projects in the health care area.
- Directory of members to identify colleagues practicing in the health care area throughout the state.
- Networking opportunities with health care attorneys in different practice areas, including small and large law firms, government and non-government agencies and in-house counsel.
Full: Attorneys who are licensed to practice in North Carolina, or who are employed in North Carolina or by a North Carolina-based company, shall be eligible for full membership and shall be eligible to vote and to hold office in, and to be a Director of, the Society.
Associate: Law students, graduate students in health care, and individuals who are employed or interested in the health care industry and who support the objectives of the Society shall be eligible for Associate Membership, entitling them to attend the Society’s annual meeting and to attend instructional portions of any of the Society’s programs. Associate members shall be ineligible to vote or hold office, in, or be a Director of, the Society.