ILTA offers an opportunity for business partners and consultants to become "ILTA Corporate Sponsors" — a privilege that provides tangible benefits based on the sponsorship level purchased.
Consider contributing an original article to ILTA's publications. We look for timely educational articles on best practices, new technologies and new legal technology trends that fit within our editorial calendar.
SUBMIT ARTICLE IDEA
If you’re a product or service provider in the legal sector, you won’t find a better viewing audience than ILTA’s membership. Purchasing decision makers and influencers are the dominant ILTA profile.
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It's important to maintain a current ILTA profile. Provide a bio and designate up to five areas of expertise.
ILTA business partners are invited to submit ideas for consideration for presentation at local meetings, seminars, webinars and conferences. Course plans can range from educational in nature to demonstrations of product solutions, and they should be held to 60 minutes in duration. You will be contacted if your course is selected. Submitted courses will remain in the course catalog for one year, so set a calendar reminder to revisit this every year!
Host a Product Briefing
SUBMIT YOUR PRODUCT BRIEFING
Scheduled throughout the year on Mondays and Fridays, product briefings allow you to host a webinar to demonstrate a product to ILTA's members. The event will be emailed to members and posted on ILTA's event calendar. Cost is $500.
Scheduled throughout the year, Emerging Technology product briefings are hosted by ILTA and allow you to demonstrate a product to ILTA's members. A group of ILTA's member volunteers will review your submission. If approved as an emerging technology, the webinar will be complimentary. If deemed non-emerging, you would be prompted to move forward via the standard product briefing process (see above).
SUBMIT YOUR EMERGING TECH PRODUCT BRIEFING
Hit the Road!
SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL
Present educational content to ILTA members face-to-face in a series of local meetings called a "roadshow." Review our policies and submit your proposal that includes up to five cities. Cost is $1,000; additional cities are $75/city. A webinar will be included at the end of the roadshow at no additional cost.
Develop an Educational Webinar
SECURITY ALL OTHERS
If you would like to develop and host an educational webinar, submit your idea below to the most appropriate subject area. Cost is $500.
Sponsor a Roundtable Discussion
If you wish to sponsor a roundtable discussion, please provide the dates and cities that would work with you. There is no presentation but there is 5-10 minutes at the beginning of the meeting to talk about your company and pass out literature. For some roundtable discussions, the sponsor can stay and participate (and even moderate) in the discussion. The roundtable discussion lasts approximately 1 hour. Our members appreciate breakfast or lunch. Attendance is based on the topic so it is hard to come up with a hard number but count on 15-20 at approximately $10 each. Catering is coordinated between you and the host. You are provided a list of registrants which includes their name, job title and firm/company name.
Local Educational Presentation
If you wish to present an education topic in a particular city to our members, please submit the course(s) via our course catalog. The presentation should last approximately 45 minutes with time for questions and answers. Our members appreciate breakfast or lunch. Attendance is based on the topic so it is hard to come up with a hard number but count on 15-20 at approximately $10 each. Catering is coordinated between you and the host. You are provided evaluation feedback and a list of registrants which includes their name, job title and firm/company name.
Sponsor a Social Event
If you wish to sponsor a social, please provide the dates and cities that would interest you. Socials take place after hours in many formats (e.g. bar/restaurant, sporting venue, etc.). Typically these socials are co-sponsored so the cost can be minimized but that is not a requirement. There are no presentations at our socials but you are introduced/thanked initially and free to mingle with our members. Attendance varies but you are provided a list of registrants which includes their name, job title and firm/company name.
Partner Advisory Council
ILTA is pleased to announce the creation of its inaugural Partner Advisory Council along with the roster of representatives who will serve to act as the voice of the ILTA Partner Community. The representatives are as follows:
Ray Zwiefelhofer, Worldox
Donna Payne, PayneGroup
Dean Leung, iManage
Phil Homburger, Lawbase
Scott Christensen, Olenick & Associates
Michael Kraft, Kraft & Kennedy
Lisa Stone, Fireman & Company
Megan Kennedy, InMailX
John Russell, RBRO Solutions Inc.
Chris Hildreth, ESP Legal Technology Professionals
Rep For New Business Partners
Brian Stearns, Workstorm
Amy Juers, Edge Legal Marketing
Denise Prior, Tikit
Any questions regarding the ILTA Partner Advisory Council please contact Jason Stookey.