CALI Conference Sponsorships

2010 Sponsor Checklist Here (attendee registration, travel, scheduling, shipping, etc).

Would your organization like to reach law school technology and librarian decision-makers? Sponsoring CALI's Conference for Law School Computing is one of the best and most cost-effective ways.

Contact Austin Groothuis (312-906-5303 or for more details. Here's a PDF with a complete list of CALI Conference opportunities and pricing.

Sponsor levels:

The more you sponsor, the more visible you will be at the CALI Conference.

  • Platinum: $10,000+
  • Gold: $5,000 - $9,999
  • Silver: $3,000 - $4,999
  • Bronze: $1,000 - $2,999

About the CALI Conference:

The focus [of the CALI conference] was on new products, new capacities and capabilities, completely new tools that do things in ways that we never dreamed of. It was cool. . . . We learned about fantastic new cloud based products and services like DropBox and Buzzword, we learned about using technology in teaching, about new tools to help build better websites, like Aquila Drupal and about how to build electronic course supplement packages. We also learned about new online products coming from CCH, Westlaw, BNA and Hein that, potentially will make a difference in how we research.

--Blog Post on '09 CALI Conference by Professor Richard Leiter

CALI, a nonprofit organization (, hosts the Conference for Law School Computing at a different law school each year. It is the only conference designed to bring tech-savvy law school faculty, librarians, and IT professionals together for a discussion of ideas surrounding law school innovation. CALI has hosted the conference for 20 years. Over the last five years it has averaged over 300 attendees. 

Our attendees are generally early-adopters who are eager to learn about how your technology can improve their law schools. And our our list of recent past sponsors (many of whom have been sponsoring the conference for 10+, 15+ years) shows that large and small organizations can successful reach law schools through the CALI Conference.

How we're different:

The conference is more informal and intimate than most large law school conferences. We don't exile exhibitor tables in a separate show room, and we take extra measures to ensure attendees interact with sponsors.

Appointlink Guys

Thomson West Table

You our attendees are a tight-knit community. They are likely to share good CALI Conference experiences (see Prof. Leiter's quote above). There was a very active Twitter backchannel at the 2009 and 2010 conference. What did they talk about? Check out the word cloud below from 2009.

CALI Wordle

A Wordle word cloud of 2009 conference tweets (#calicon09) compiled by Jason Eiseman.

More than any other conference, we make sure our sponsors are a part of the community: from little things like full access to our meal and break food or attending sessions, to unique opportunities like the chance to hold a conference session about your products and services.

Because we host conferences at law schools and not big hotel show rooms, space is tight. Please contact Austin to reserve table space today: