Who Should Join ASPL?
Members receive exclusive monthly reviews of major jurisprudence, legislation, and regulation regarding pharmacy law in the Pharma-Law e-News electronic newsletter and a bimonthly focus on trends in pharmacy law in Rx Ipsa Loquitur.
Members also receive preferred registration rates and priorities for the annual Seminar on Developments in Pharmacy Law, the premier seminar on this topic in the world, providing 15 or more hours of pharmacy and legal continuing education at outstanding venues. ASPL also provides significant programming for pharmacist members at the Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Pharmacists Association.
Members who serve as expert witnesses may enroll at no charge in the ASPL Expert Witness Program, and attorney members may list their availability on the ASPL Referral Program on the website for a nominal fee.
Membership also gives you access to an on-line Membership Directory.
March 20, 2017
Pharmacists and attorneys in Glassdoor's list of top 25 paying US jobs
Glassdoor, an employment website, reported in March on its list of the 25 highest paying professional jobs in the US, based on submissions to its site by at least 100 professionals for each listed job between February 1, 2016 and January 31, 2017. Physicians were number 1 on the list, with a median base salary of $187,876 and 7,770 job openings. Pharmacy managers were number 2, with a median salary of $149,064 and 2,370 job openings, with staff pharmacists taking 5th place at a median salary of $125,847 and 5,496 job openings. Among attorney jobs, patent attorneys ranked 3rd ($139, 272; 525 openings) and attorneys rounded out the top 25 with a $94,695 median salary and 1,010 openings. The number of job openings represent active listings on Glassdoor as of January 31, 2017. [25 highest paying jobs in America. Glassdoor.com; http://bit.ly/2n4FhPx]
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2017 DPLXXVIII Seminar
November 2-5, 2017