The Atlanta Bar Association’s “A Courthouse Line” series is a not-quite annual original musical theatre production written by, and starring, a cast made up entirely of talented Atlanta-area lawyers and judges. Beginning with the first production in 1999, the “Courthouse Line” series has entertained lawyers and non-lawyers alike, and, in the process, has raised more than $350,000 to support the charitable activities of the Atlanta Bar Foundation. Since its inception, the Atlanta Bar Foundation has distributed more than $2 million to fund Atlanta Bar Association community service projects and other law-related programs in the Atlanta area. 

This year’s production will be the first wholly-original show since the founder of the Bard Show, Cathy O’Neil, passed away in 2017. It is expected to feature the talents of dozens of lawyers, with even more providing support behind the scenes. The performers come from big firms, small firms, solo practices, academia, corporate counsel positions, prosecutors’ offices, defense firms and the judiciary. The performances will take place at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts & Community Center on November 8-9, 2024.

Please consider sponsoring this year’s production at any level to help us support the important charitable work of the Atlanta Bar Foundation.

Atlanta Bar Association
P.O. Box 13424
Atlanta, GA 30324-9998

Ad specs:
Full-page Ad – 7.5” wide x 10” high
Half-page Ad – 7.5” wide x 5” high
Quarter-page Ad – 3.75” wide x 5” high

Deadline to submit sponsorship ads is Friday, October 4, 2024.

For questions regarding ad specifications, please contact Gieava Stinchcomb, Communications and Publications Director at gstinchcomb@atlantabar.org.