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Pennsylvania Bar Association Insurance Program

Advised and Administered by:

USI Affinity Insurance Services


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About USI Affinity


Proud to be the exclusive administrator of this plan, USI Affinity* has a notable track record of success in developing and administering a wide array of comprehensive insurance solutions over the last 50 years. Our reputation and market position provide the necessary leverage to ensure unique advantages in quality coverage, competitive rates, and service second-to-none.

USI Affinity is proud of our long-standing relationships with many of our clients. And our Professional & Trade division is the endorsed insurance administrator for a multitude of professional associations, including 34 Bar Associations. In total, USI Affinity serves more than 500 associations nationwide, representing 15 million members and more than 15,000 employer groups and sole proprietors.

The USI Affinity corporate headquarters is located in Philadelphia, PA.

*USI Affinity is the brand and marketing name for the licensed entity USI Insurance Services, LLC



About the Pennsylvania Bar Association


Throughout its history, the PBA has played an active role in legislative affairs and legal reform. The PBA supports, among numerous other issues, judicial reform measures, funding for legal services and pro bono participation. Public image has been of concern to members of the association for many years, and recent bar presidents have played an important role in enhancing the image of the profession. Women and minority lawyer participation has grown in recent years, due in large part to increased awareness of bar leadership to the expanding number of women and minorities in the profession.

From the original 592 charter members, the association has grown to more than 27,000 members. As the Pennsylvania Bar Association continues its tradition of service to the profession and public, members are being confronted with new legal reform measures, debates over whether law is a profession or a business, quality of life issues and advancing technological changes. Although society and the day-to-day pressures of practicing law have changed over the years, the cooperative effort that was the basis for the establishment of the Pennsylvania Bar Association is as relevant today as it was in 1895.