The IndyBar has long served as a connection between lawyers, judges, students and paralegals in the legal profession. Several bar sections and divisions are taking connection that a step further by providing avenues for members to meet and greet professionals from other strong local organizations—fostering fun social experiences and opportunities to build a strong network for potential business.
The month of May features two such events. Check out details and get to know our partner organizations below. Register for both events at indybar.org/events.
Intro to Indy: Pints for Parks
Wednesday, May 13, 5 to 7 p.m.
Flat 12 Bierwerks
The Young Lawyers Division partners with Giving Sum for the first event of its 2015 Intro to Indy Series at “Pints for Parks.” Attendees will enjoy food and drinks with Giving Sum members while supporting the Indy Parks Foundation—one dollar from every beer sold supports the development and sustainability of Indy’s trails and greenways.
About Giving Sum:
Who: Giving Sum’s membership comprises professionals who want to make a high impact in the community through networking and volunteering.
Why: To inspire and engage the next generation, mobilizing their passions, talents and resources to support innovative community initiatives.
How: Members participate in diverse volunteer activities, learn about issues facing our community from city leaders, raise awareness for critical community needs and enjoy social and networking opportunities at Giving Sum functions.
Networking with the Rotary Club of Indianapolis
Thursday, May 21, 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Tomlinson Tap Room
This is not just another networking event – it’s the chance to meet local business and professional leaders from the Rotary Club of Indianapolis! Both the Rotary Club and the IndyBar have rich histories; each organization has been in Indianapolis for over 100 years and the members of each are the city’s leading professionals.
About the Rotary Club of Indianapolis:
Who: Rotary is a service club made up of professional men and women who represent a wide variety of companies and organizations. The Rotary Club of
Indianapolis’s 400 members are a diverse, active and fun group of leaders of the Indianapolis community.
Why: The Rotary Club is guided by a set of Guiding Principles, which include the Object of Rotary and the Four-Way Test. These principles have been developed over the years to provide Rotarians with a strong, common purpose and direction.
How: Members channel their commitment through five Avenues of Service: Club Service, Vocational Service, Community Service, International Service and Youth Service.•