Advertising Sponsorship

Advertising & Sponsorship

The Indianapolis Bar Association has various opportunities available for both advertising and sponsorship. Please refer to the list below for more information. Have a question about something not included on this page? Contact

Digital Advertising

The IndyBar e-Bulletin

Promote your business with attractive ads in the IndyBar e-Bulletin and reach over 5,000 local attorneys and judges! The IndyBar e-Bulletin is a electronic publication dedicated to providing updates on community happenings, legal news and events to IndyBar members. This bi-weekly publication is the IndyBar’s most direct publication, allowing you to invite traffic to your website directly from our member’s inboxes. 

In addition to email distribution, the IndyBar e-Bulletin is also shared via our social networks.
e-bulletin Rates
(160 px X 160 px ad or text ad in grey box)
  • Two weeks: $400
  • Four weeks: $650
  • Ad design: $70

If you want to advertise with us or have questions, contact Tara Moore, Senior Design Specialist.


Seminar/Social Event Sponsorships

Sponsorships are accepted for many of the IndyBar's more than 200 seminars and social events held each year. Many of these programs are planned through the association's sections and divisions (click here to learn more about sections and divisions). A full listing of upcoming events can be found here. For any inquiries on sponsorships of current or future events, please contact Deneen Fitzgerald.


Member Gatherings

The Indianapolis hosts meetings of members throughout each year. These events range from cocktail receptions to large awards banquets. For more information on sponsorship of member gatherings, please contact Julie Armstrong.


Bench Bar

Each year, more than 300 attorneys and judges gather for the IndyBar's Bench Bar Conference. Widely respected for its full slate of educational programming and social events, Bench Bar sponsorships represent tremendous value for a high level of networking with Indianapolis legal professionals. For information on Bench Bar sponsorships, please contact Julie Armstrong, Executive Director.


Destination CLE

Periodically, the association will plan out of state getaways that combine quality programming with a desirable vacation setting. For information on sponsorship opportunities with the IndyBar's Destination CLEs, please contact Julie Armstrong, Executive Director.

IndyBar Fast Facts

  • Membership (as of 1/4/2017): 4,427
  • Year Founded: 1878
  • Governed by a Board of Directors
  • Membership composed of attorneys, judges, paralegals & law students


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