Sponsorships - Annual Meeting

Thanks to our Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor


AccessLex Institute is a nonprofit organization committed to helping talented, purpose driven students find their path from aspiring lawyer to fulfilled professionals. In partnership with nearly 200 member law schools improving access and positively influencing legal education have been at the heart of the company’s mission since 1983. AccessLex has offices in West Chester, PA, and Washington, DC with a team of accredited financial education counselors based throughout the United States. Learn more at AccessLex.org.

Gold Sponsor

Law School Admissions Council (LSAC)

The Law School Admission Council is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting quality, access, and equity in law and education worldwide by supporting individual’s enrollment journeys and providing preeminent assessment data and technology services. Each year, we help more than 60,000 law school candidates navigate the admissions process and provide the essential admissions software and data relied upon by our member law schools. Best known for developing and administering the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), the gold standard in law school admissions for over 70 years – LSAC also creates, hosts, and supports numerous programs and initiatives designed to increase diversity in the legal profession by enhancing opportunities for individuals from underrepresented groups to add their unique voices to the world of law. By doing so, LSAC aims to advance our vision of building a just and prosperous world in which the legal system is truly reflective of the society it serves.

Silver Sponsor

BARBRI Innovations/iLaw Distance Learning

BARBRI Innovations is grounded in BARBRI’s core expertise and experience in student assessments, data analytics and insights, and online learning program management. The resulting set of solutions helps law schools successfully support their students from the beginning of the 1L year and continuing well after graduation, increase their student bar passage rates, and expand their programming with relevant courses for today’s learners.