New York State Bar Association Releases the Professional Services Guide

May 14, 2013 (Albany, NY) –


The New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) recently launched the Professional Services Guide. This Guide is intended as a resource for NYSBA members, to help them find products and services that make better law firms.

The Professional Services Guide is built upon Webvent’s Adaptive Media Network technology. The Guide is enriched with relevant content and the real people behind the suppliers that make these companies stand out.  Lawyers in the state of New York now have one place to shop and compare different suppliers – within a community that understands their needs.

For suppliers, a company profile in the Professional Service Guide places your business in front of law firms in the state of New York year round. It allows your organization to use thought leadership, social media and your existing Website content to reach new customers and accelerate the sales process.

“The New York State Bar Association is delighted to bring the new Professional Services Guide to our members. Our partnership with Webvent provides a dynamic platform for multimedia integration. Collecting all the relevant information in one place makes it easier and more efficient for users to evaluate and choose providers of legal support services,” says Barbara Beauchamp, Manager of Internet Services at New York State Bar Association.

About New York State Bar Association
For more than 135 years, the New York State Bar Association has shaped the development of the law, educated and informed the profession and the public, and responded to the demands of a changing society. Today, with a membership of more than 77,000 lawyers, representing every town, city and county in the state, the New York State Bar Association is the oldest and largest voluntary state bar organization in the nation.