Networking Opportunities

IndyBar Networking Opportunities

Networking

Now more than ever, networking is an essential tool in business development and professional success.

IndyBar members can tap into the association's network of local legal practitioners at events like cocktail receptions, monthly luncheons and much more.

IndyBar members are also afforded various opportunities for business-generating referrals, through both casual contacts and structured programs, like the Lawyer Referral Service and Indy Lawyer Finder.

Networking Made EASY: The Indy Attorneys Network

Meeting other attorneys and judges across an array of practice areas is just plain good for business...but how do you do it? The Indy Attorneys Network makes it easy! 

Join for just $25 per year and you'll be matched each month with a different member. Meet up for coffee, lunch, a sporting event--you name it--and watch your network grow. Plus, members get access to exclusive social events and CLE opportunities. Click here to learn more.

IndyBar Sections & Divisions: Make the Connection!
The Indianapolis Bar Association's 21 sections and divisions represent a perfect opportunity to grow your network with attorneys who share common backgrounds and/or practice areas. Sections and divisions host numerous social events throughout the year. To learn more, visit the Interest Groups section here.

Upcoming IndyBar Networking Opportunities
Be sure to check out our Events Calendar for a full listing of IndyBar events and programs!

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