Press Release - August 4, 2017

Press Release

August 2017

International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) Announces Executive Leadership Changes

(Austin, TX) August 4, 2017 – The International Legal Technology Association, commonly known as ILTA, announced today changes to its executive leadership structure. With these new appointments, ILTA is positioned to effectively deliver exceptional value to our members and partners in the rapidly evolving legal technology and operations landscape.

Meredith Williams, Board President noted: “With the appointment of our new CEO earlier in the year and the addition and promotion of strong, experienced senior staff, I am very excited that ILTA is prepared to continue to grow and evolve with our industry.”
 
TJ Johnson, an ILTA veteran, has been promoted to Vice President of Events and Conferences to provide strategic vision in continuing to build best-in-class events for our members. 

Susan McClellan has been promoted to Director of Membership focusing her attention on creating consistent engagement at various touchpoints with each of our member segments to ensure we are providing exceptional value and a tremendous membership experience.

Corey Simpson has been appointed Chief Technology Officer focused on ensuring that ILTA’s technology platforms support deep member engagement, collaboration and content consumption.

Jason Stookey has been appointed Vice President of Partner Development where he assumes responsibility for developing and expanding relationships with ILTA’s business partners.

Departing the organization are Clay Gibney, Deb Himsel, and Peggy Wechsler. We thank each of them immensely for their dedicated service to ILTA throughout the years.

Bob Dubois, past president and current Board Director said, “While it is never easy to say farewell to familiar faces, we will continue to celebrate and honor all of the contributions that our departing staff have made and build upon that work for the future.”

About ILTA

Providing technology solutions to law firms and corporate legal departments gets more complex every day, so connecting with peers to exchange ideas is invaluable. For over three decades, ILTA has led the way in sharing knowledge and experience for those faced with technology challenges in their firms and legal departments. ILTA's international membership comprises legal organizations of all sizes and all areas of practice, each sharing a common need to have access to the latest information about products and support services that impact the legal profession worldwide. With more than 1,400 entities and 20,000 individuals in membership, there’s a wealth of knowledge and experience to share. For more information about ILTA, visit www.iltanet.org.

“The new and existing staff of ILTA are excited and honored to be at the center of a rapidly changing industry and stand enthusiastic and eager to serve our 22,000 members and to welcome 22,000 more who may not be members yet.”

     — Dan Liutikas