EMLF Sponsors

2022 Pillar Patrons

2022 Production Patrons

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2022 Sponsorship Opportunities

About Sponsorships
Sponsorships help to provide the high-quality education programming that the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation produces each year.  Sponsorships also defray the costs of the important networking opportunities at the in-person conferences such as receptions and breakfasts and the cost of the technology used for the virtual programming.  Sponsors are recognized at all programming for their contribution to the success of EMLF, as well as on the website and in printed and electronic communications, and have their logo prominently placed during the sponsored conference.

EMLF offers three levels of annual sponsorship, which also help to support the organization through the planning and execution of its conferences: the Power Patron, an exclusive sponsorship, as well as Pillar Patrons and Production Patrons.  Each level comes with a variety of benefits which are discussed in these materials.

Conference-specific sponsorships are also available in 2022, with EMLF planning four in-person conferences, including the 43rd Annual Institute in Amelia Island, Florida and the Fall Symposium (formerly the Kentucky Mineral Law Conference) in Lexington, Kentucky.

About EMLF Attendees
Your sponsorship puts your organization in front of our large and diverse membership.  EMLF’s membership and conference attendees are not just law firms!  Members of EMLF also hail from private energy companies, non-profit organizations, state and federal governments, and educational institutions.  Approximately one-third of our member organizations are private energy corporations, while nearly 20% are educational institutions, government agencies, or non-profit organizations.

Due to the ongoing effects of COVID-19, EMLF held some programs virtually and some in-person in 2021.  We reached nearly 900 attendees, representing an increase of about 1/3 from 2020 (all virtual), and of about 2/3 from 2019 (all in-person).  In 2021, approximately one half of all attendees were from private energy companies, government agencies, non-profit organizations, or educational institutions, while the remainder were from law firms across the country.  In 2022, we plan to continue a mix of in-person and virtual programming, which will maximize the effectiveness of your annual sponsorship.

To take advantage of an annual sponsorship opportunity, please e-mail our Executive Director, Anna Fletcher, at anna@emlf.org or call (859) 231-0271.


About 2022 Programming 

Here’s what we are currently planning for 2022:

With topics submitted by members and derived from current events, regular webinars provide additional educational content for members and colleagues, and create a great sponsorship opportunity as well!  There will be at least six webinars in 2022, and include a variety of legal, practical, and business development topics.

AAPL/EMLF Joint Land Institute- April 27-28, 2022, Coraopolis, PA
Postponed from 2021, this conference is a partnership between AAPL and EMLF covering land use and acquisition topics.

43rd Annual Institute- June 12-14, 2022, Amelia Island, Florida
EMLF’s flagship program returns to everyone’s favorite destination this year, and includes a wide variety of educational programs and networking events.

Safety Seminar- September 20-21, 2022, Washington, D.C.
EMLF’s popular biennial institute focused on issues for energy companies that arise under the Mine Safety and Health Act and the Occupational Safety and Health Act.  This year it returns to the Department of Labor in Washington, D.C.

Fall Symposium- October 11-13, 2022, Lexington, Kentucky
Formerly the Kentucky Mineral Law Conference, EMLF’s regular fall meeting focuses on practical legal topics for energy law practitioners across the spectrum.

To take advantage of an annual sponsorship opportunity, please e-mail our Executive Director, Anna Fletcher, at anna@emlf.org or call (859) 231-0271.



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