For Immediate Release: (Chicago, IL): January 23, 2020: The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) has joined with the Australian Legal Technology Association (ALTA) and many more legal technology innovators to support a major research project called the Global Legal Tech Report (GLTR).
Together with ALTA, ILTA joins with the European Legal Tech Association (ELTA), the UK Legal Tech Association (UKLTA), ASEAN Legal Tech (ALT), Legal Tech NZ (LTNZ), the Law Society of England and Wales, Alpha Creates, Macquarie, KPMG, and Toro Digital, to create the Global Legal Tech Report. It will be the first of its kind to survey legal technology from this larger, global perspective and it will offer invaluable insights for law firm management, in-house counsel, and legal groups.
Joy Heath Rush, ILTA’s CEO, states, “ILTA is delighted to be part of the Global Legal Tech Report initiative! The delivery of legal services - and, therefore, the development of legal technology - is truly a global undertaking. Innovation is happening at all points of the compass. We hope ILTA member entities and business partners across the world will participate in the research for our mutual benefit.”
Stevie Ghiassi, ALTA Director, said: "It is the first global study that directly surveys the companies behind the booming sector, and we invite every legal tech company to get behind this important initiative by completing the online survey."
For more information on GLTR, please click here.
The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) serves the professional needs of more than 24,000 international legal technology professionals and their organizations. Our core values—respect, commitment to members, sharing of information and promoting lifelong learning—drive all we do to support the peer-driven organization that is ILTA. ILTA demonstrates excellence throughout 5 main areas of our organization: Membership, Events, Business Partnerships, Marketing and Publications, and Technology/IT/Operations. Since its founding in 1980, the association’s focus is to achieve results for our membership and the legal technology profession at large. Much of the value we provide as an association occurs through the coordinated efforts with our global volunteer membership teams.
Beth Anne Stuebe, Director of Publications and Press
International Legal Technology Association (ILTA)
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