2014 CLS National Conference



Each year, the Christian Legal Society National Conference provides a unique platform to brand or bring exposure to your firm, organisation, product or service.

We offer a wealth of sponsorship and advertising opportunities making them accessible to various budget levels, while providing tremendous value. Each year we welcome the involvement of our sponsors and advertisers, working hard to ensure that their conference experience is rewarding and fruitful.

Our Opportunities include (click here for a full desciption of each opportunity):


Thursday Night Reception: Join us as we welcome our conference attendees and guests with a dessert reception.
Law Student Luncheon: Law students from across the country gather to network and exchange ideas on growing and leading our law student chapter.
Friday Night Reception:  Practicing lawyers join law students to give advice and insight into their practice areas.
Celebration Banquet Sponsorship: CLS celebrates their advocacy, legal aid and law student ministries on Saturday night at the national conference. Friends, supporters, law firms and companies all take part in our celebration banquet, primarily through sponsoring a table at the banquet. Please consider sponsoring a table today. You can bring your own guests or we can fill your table with law students and other attendees.


Becoming an Exhibitor at the CLS National Conference is a fantastic avenue to connect directly with our members and attendees, and also a great way to support CLS.


The CLS Conference Proceedings Book is the handbook for the entire event.  Every important conference detail is contained in the Proceedings Book and every conference attendee recieves a copy, making it a valuable advertising platform.   

For more information, contact us at 703-894-1077, by email at clshq@clsnet.org, or click here.

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