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New Program Available to PBA Members - The PBA New Graduate Program

The PBA New Graduate Program - The PBA is Offering Complimentary First-of-its-kind Lawyers Professional Liability Insurance to New Member Graduates.

If you have been wanting to start your own firm, now is the time! Not sure about going solo? That’s okay, you can have up to 4 attorneys on your roster and still receive the complimentary Liability Insurance from The Pennsylvania Bar Association.
  • Must have passed the Bar exam within the past three years
  • Must be a firm of 4 attorneys or less
  • Must take one online CNA Risk Management course

Program Information

  • Limits of Liability of $100,000 per claim/$300,000 aggregate – supplemental benefits inside the limits
  • Brief application -- Name, Address, Law school, Intended area of practice
  • Two years maximum in the program. Effective date not to exceed three years from the date of admittance

Program Requirement

CNA has developed risk management materials appropriate for newly admitted attorneys

  • Risk Management will be mandatory prior to issuance of the initial certificate to the insured and again upon renewal
  • Two different 2.5 hour courses via webinar - each course will be given twice a year to coordinate with bar exam schedules and results
  • The first webinar will be held on June 11th @ 2:00 PM EST - click here to register


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