Conference Room Rental
The Conference Rooms at the Baton Rouge Bar Association are available for rental, subject to availability and schedule of the Association. The William Louis Albritton Conference Room can be either used as one large room, or partitioned as three separate rooms. Some of the Conference Rooms are located on the second floor, but all are handicap accessible.
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Benefits of Renting Conference Rooms with Baton Rouge Bar Association:
- Coffee, soft drinks and water will be provided
- Renting parties are entitled to use of a lecturn, speaker phone, data projector, projection screen and kitchen facilities
- Conference rooms can be used during regular business hours (9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m, Monday through Friday), exclusive of holidays. Use of conference rooms outside of these hours or on weekends requires a $50 per hour payment to the Baton Rouge Bar Association for the cost of an authorized staff member being present at the building outside of regular business hours. After-hour or weekend use is subject to availability of staff. All after-hours use must be approved by the BRBA Executive Director at least 24 hours in advance of the day of the rental.
Available Rooms and Dimensions:
- Past Presidents Conference Room: 13' x 21.5'
- Pro Bono Conference Room: 9.5' x 14'
- William Louis Albritton Conference Room (Can be partitioned into up to three separate rooms): 16' x 49.5' (total); 16' x 16.5 (individual room size)
History of the Middleton Bar Center:
Once called the old Dupuy Pharmacy building, the Middleton Bar Center was built in 1912 and housed several different types of businesses over the years until it was purchased in the late 1990s by the BRBA. After being completely rennovated, the building became the new home of the BRBA in October 2000. The building was named after Frank W. Middleton, Jr., the long-time attorney and family friend of Paula Manship, who donated to the BRBA the seed money that was used to purchase the building and surrounding property. The exposed exterior brick walls and the preserved original ironwork on the balcony are two of the design elements that visitors to the building comment about most frequently.
Located in the heart of downtown Baton Rouge, the Middleton Bar Center is a convenient drive to the main courthouses as well as to both I-10 and I-12. LSU and the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center is to the south of downtown Baton Rouge, while Southern University Law Center and the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport are just a little further going northwest on Interstate 110.
Side street and meter parking are available along Main and Sixth streets. Garage parking is available in the state parking tower across the street from the Middleton Bar Center. Entrance is on North Street; exit is on Main Street.
For more information about the Middleton Bar Center
or the Baton Rouge Bar Association, call 225-344-4803.