KABA-GA depends on the support of its sponsors. We believe we are among the best investments dollar-per-dollar for supporting and developing lawyers and promoting your business. Contact email@example.com or individual committees for sponsorship opportunities.
Why should you support KABA-GA?
We have a strong and impressive leadership and board, consisting of judges, in-house counsel, partners, and community leaders.
We help diverse law students with APA-specific mentorship, such as mock interviews and resume preparation.
We create strong social bonds among students and lawyers that are vital to increasing resiliency. To date, APA lawyers still have the highest attrition rate among big law firms of any demographic.
We encourage students and lawyers on professional development topics, such as business development, including issues specific to the Korean community.
KABA-GA can provide this support in unique ways that no firm or company can do.
We are good citizens of Georgia and serve the community, including through the Solo & Small Firm Committee's community legal seminars.
Because we do good work and will spend your money well.
Over 450 people on our listserv, among the largest collection of Korean-American students and lawyers in the US.
Over a 4-week period, our average social media reach among LinkedIn and Facebook is over 6,000, in part due to our custom content and social media strategies.
100% voluntary board and leadership. All sponsorships go to program and admin costs. The remainder of our costs are covered by membership dues, event tickets, and savings.
Cash sponsorships start at $250. We also gratefully accept in-kind donations, such as venues and food.
We have 2-3 signature events each year that are for general members and others, often featuring a guest speaker. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Committee events, which are open to all but generally tailored to a specific segment of KABA-GA's membership, such as students, young lawyers, or in-house counsel. See and contact our committee chairs for more information.
Community seminars, which are legal presentations for non-lawyers. These seminars are conducted in Korean and have been attended by hundreds of people. Georgia is one of the few states where Korean is the third most-spoken language after English and Spanish, due to one of the largest populations of Koreans and Korean-Americans outside of Korea.
Our events often receive press coverage in Korean-language radio, TV, and newspapers.
How we recognize our sponsors.
Though it depends on the specific sponsorship, sponsor logos are typically featured prominently on our social media pages, on event posters, in listserv announcements, and/or through local Korean-language press. Depending on the event, sponsors are also allowed speaking time or given recognition at the event.