Think IADC First


What is Think IADC First?

Think IADC First is a program designed to encourage our members to consider fellow IADC members when the opportunity arises to refer business.

Why Think IADC First?

The IADC prides itself in having an elite, international membership of approximately 2,500 peer-reviewed, in-house counsel, insurance executives, and outside counsel representing business entities across the world.

With the talent and expertise of our members, you can be confident that your client will be well represented when referred to an IADC member.

How Do You Think IADC First?

If you are looking for a specific lawyer, someone who specializes in a particular area, or practices in a certain jurisdiction, go to to access the IADC online membership directory.

The directory makes it simple to quickly search and locate other IADC members by name, area of practice, geographic location, and firm or company name. 

Sending a Referral

You can use the online directory to email professional contact information for a member to a potential client or colleague.

  • Search for a member by: Name, Firm/Company, City, State/Province, Country, or Practice Area.
  • Click the name of a profile to view that member.
  • To send the member's profile to a potential client or colleague, fill out the information under the "Email Professional Profile" section including the email address of the person who will receive the profile and your personal message.  
  • Click Send.

How to Maximize Referral Opportunities

Membership in the IADC provides so many benefits -- from timely continuing legal education to networking opportunities to access to a worldwide network of excellent lawyers.

In order to grow your professional circle and obtain business referrals, we encourage you to actively participate, get involved, and invest yourself into the Association.

Here are eight tips you can incorporate in order to maximize your opportunity for referrals.

Think IADC First and the Referral Process

Think IADC First Referral Successes