Annual Meeting Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities

141st NYSBA Annual Meeting
January 22 – 26, 2018
New York Hilton Midtown, New York City

Why Exhibit?
With an expected attendance of over 4,500 this is an excellent opportunity for you to introduce yourself and your products/services to our largest gathering of attorneys. 

Annual Meeting is a great place to meet face-to-face and gain valuable exposure with attorneys from across the world.

Exhibitor Information
At the Hilton, the New York State Bar Association will occupy the second floor with its registration, headquarters, meeting rooms, weeklong vendor exhibits and Cyber Café. There will be additional meeting space and one-day vendor exhibits on the third floor. Advertising information is available here. Information on exhibiting in the main hall is here, while information on section meetings is here.

Exhibitor Deadlines
To secure your place at the New York State Bar Association’s 141st Annual Meeting, please complete the Vendor Registration Form and return it to Victoria Shaw at by Monday, November 13, 2017.

Exhibitor Table Fee
Weeklong space: $2,500
Monday, January 22 thru Friday, January 26

One-Day*: $1,000
*Only available for certain meetings. Please contact Maria Kroth for more information at

Table Information
Each table comes with one 6’ x 30” skirted table, two chairs and signage (if needed).

Set-Up Information
You may set-up on either Monday, January 22nd anytime or Tuesday, January 23rd between 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.

Breakdown Information
The booth must be broken down by 2:30 p.m. on Friday.

Vendor Hours
Vendors must be present from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday thru Thursday and 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday. The booth should be broken down by 2:30 p.m. on Friday.

NOT INCLUDED: Arrangements for electrical hook-ups, internet access and audio visual requirements are NOT included. These are at the vendor’s expense and must be made with the Hilton. These items must be ordered in advance and be paid with a credit card. The hotel shipping, electrical and AV departments will be provided at the time of confirmation with the exhibitor set-up diagram in order to facilitate deliveries, electrical hook-ups, internet requests, etc.

Advertising Opportunities
Ensure that your message reaches the right people, at the right time, in the right format.
We print over 1,000 Annual Meeting program books for the entire Annual Meeting. The program book includes the full listing of programs occurring for the entire week.

Full page in the program book – $850
1/2 page in the program book – $450

Display Specifications
Full page: 7.5in W x 10in H
1/2 page: 7.5in W x 4.75in H

Advertising Deadlines
To secure ad space, please contact Victoria Shaw, Advertising and Member Benefits Coordinator, by Friday, December 1, 2017 if you are interested in advertising at and/or (518) 487-5581. Artwork deadline is Friday, December 15, 2017.

New York State Bar Association Member Profile
Our 72,000-strong membership reflects many areas of the law, with the biggest concentrations in real property law, litigation, corporate law, trusts and estates law, business law and general practice. They are partners and associates, judges and academics, solo practitioners, and small and large firm practitioners.

65% Male
35% Female

70% of NYSBA attorneys in private practice
53% of NYSBA members are solo or small firm practitioners
47% of NYSBA members are in practices of ten to one hundred or more attorneys

Areas of Practice:
- Business Law 13%
- Contracts 8%
- Corporate Law 14%
- Family Law 7%
- General Practice 10%
- Litigation – Commercial 10%
- Litigation – General Civil 15%
- Property or Personal Injury 8%
- Real Property Law 15%
- Trusts and Estates Law 12%

Founded in 1876, the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) today is the largest voluntary state bar organization in the nation. The Association’s current structure includes 25 specialized substantive law sections, and more than 60 standing, special, and other committees. Many of these groups publish reports and other materials pertinent to their field of expertise, much of which is not available through commercial publishers. More than 35,000 members serve on sections, committees, and other special groups.