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What We Do:  Sponsorship Opportunities

ICLE event sponsors include influential organizations such as banks, law firms, financial consultants, legal service providers, and community organizations. In addition to sponsorship opportunities, we also accept exhibitors for ICLE's live continuing legal education events.

Sponsorship Benefits
Platinum Level—Sponsorship of marquee events, such as a reception or networking lunch. Includes the opportunity to briefly address the attendees.
Gold Level—Your organization's logo printed on attendee giveaways such as tote bags, lanyards, and legal pads.
Silver Level—Sponsorship of a networking break or breakfast.

Additional benefits included in all sponsorship levels:
Logo printed on brochures mailed multiple times to thousands of lawyers
Logo displayed on the event page on our website
Complimentary admission to the event
Networking opportunities with registrants during meals and breaks
Exhibit table in an area of high customer traffic
30" x 40" sign displayed at event

Exhibitor Benefits
Exhibit table in an area of high customer traffic
Networking opportunities with registrants during meals and breaks

Sponsorship and Exhibitor Opportunities Include:
Family Law Institute (November)
Health Law Institute (March)
Labor & Employment Law Institute (April)
Probate & Estate Planning Institute (May and June)

Contact Jeffrey E. Kirkey, Education Director, at 734-936-3434 or jkirkey@icle.org to learn more.
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