ILTA fosters, relies on and celebrates volunteers for their real-world experiences and their value as a resource for colleagues.

Volunteerism takes on many forms

And ranges from something as simple as sharing an idea in one of the community discussion groups to leadership roles in one of the organization’s core programming delivery teams. The opportunities ILTA provides can deliver great benefits to both individual volunteers and their firms/organizations.

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From conference sessions to webinars to podcasts and more, we're always looking for ILTA members to share their knowledge and experiences. Here's how you can present at an ILTA event:

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Consider contributing your expertise in an article for ILTA! One of our most valued resources is our volunteer authors — knowledgeable and experienced legal technology professionals who come from the ranks of our member and vendor communities. Our editorial team will help you through the process, from your initial “pitch” to final review.

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We continuously need to plan for future programming, and our volunteers are a critical part in the planning process. We encourage you to apply for any of the Current Volunteer Openings that are a good fit for your skill set and experience. A complete list of volunteer positions is below.

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Volunteer Positions

The Board of Directors (BOD) has authority and responsibility for the governance of ILTA. The Board establishes policy and monitors implementation of policy by ILTA’s staff under the direction of the Executive Director. The BOD does not manage the business affairs of the organization, but may be called upon by the Executive Director for review of particular business matter decisions as warranted.
The Program Planning Council is an appointed team of volunteers responsible for delivering ILTA's programming framework. The Program Planning Council comprises subject-matter experts in various areas of disciplines, representatives from our conference planning teams and representatives who focus on our law firm and law department members' needs at local and international levels.
A Content Coordinating Team member will review the specific areas of focus, target audiences, deliverable numbers and topics that fall under their area of discipline. The team develops programming deliverables for law firm, law department, local and international audiences and directs deliverables to be executed by Project Teams.
The Relationship Coordinating Team selects and mentors volunteers that focus on supporting and meeting the needs of our members at a local level (both firm and law department members). They also help foster the relationship members have with the association.
Knowledge Advisors are big thinkers who bring an entrepreneurial, visionary mindset to the development of "hot themes" — those overarching, critical concepts — that can be explored and developed into programming deliverables by ILTA's Program Planning Council. Their creative process is unconstrained and fluid, and they are one of many resources to inform the development of ILTA's deliverables.
The Talent Council is a standing committee tasked with the ongoing development of leaders within the organization through programming, coaching and mentoring efforts aimed at helping individuals develop the knowledge, skills and attributes needed to serve as an effective leader and, if applicable, Board member. During the biennial election process, the Talent Council solicits nominations, vets all potential candidates and prepares for the Board its recommended slate of seven individuals and their roles.
The responsibility of the Strategic Relationship Liaison (SRL) is to develop and maintain a strong relationship with their assigned key strategic vendor by providing effective, regular communications between the key strategic vendor, volunteer leaders, the association and its membership. We currently have an SRL opening for Thomson Reuters, Practice of Law.

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Deadline to apply: 10/13

The responsibility of a Member Liaison is to provide and enhance value to ILTA's members by focusing on opportunities for member relationships, education and collaboration. Member Liaisons help members build relationships with each other and ILTA, and they act as advocates on behalf of the membership to the association.

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Project Teams will be assembled as needs arise. Some project teams will have a singular focus and dissolve once their deliverable is complete; others could be scoped to extend over a longer period with multiple goals.

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ILTACON Co-Chairs are responsible for achieving the strategic goals for the educational content of ILTA’s premier educational and networking event.
The responsibility of an ILTACON Planning Committee member is to work as part of a team to develop the ILTACON educational program, within ILTA's programming framework. The Committee comprises subject-matter experts and thought leaders in various areas of discipline and member segments.

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Deadline to apply: 9/30

The responsibility of an ILTACON Team Coordinator is to lead a subset of the ILTACON planning committee in developing ILTACON educational sessions. The Committee comprises subject-matter experts and thought leaders in various areas of discipline and member segments, and to coach and lead ILTACON Committee members.
The Law Firm 101 Law School Track Advisory Team will be a small group of member volunteers working on a long-term strategic initiative to deliver programming content focused on ILTA's Law Firm 101 law school track.
The responsibility of the LegalSEC Chair is to help set the strategic direction of ILTA’s LegalSEC initiative in providing information, resources and education to improve the security posture of the global legal community.
The LegalSEC Steering Committee is responsible for outlining the goals of and identifying deliverables for the LegalSEC initiative, using the content coordinating teams and the LegalSEC Council members on a per-project basis.

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Deadline to apply: 10/31

The LegalSEC Summit Chair & Co-Chair oversee the development and execution of the educational content at the Summit, actively engaging each segment of the target audience. They select and lead the Summit Planning Committee, oversee individual sessions and speakers, and chair planning committee meetings. They work with staff and liaise with the LegalSEC Steering Committee and ILTA’s Program Planning Council.
The LegalSEC Summit Planning Committee is the team of ILTA member security subject matter experts representing the target audience segments, who develop LegalSEC Summit educational sessions. This includes defining the learning objectives for sessions, selecting speakers and working with them to develop the content through to execution at the Summit. The team works with the Co-chairs and staff to ensure a comprehensive slate of provocative and advanced sessions for the Summit.

Current Openings

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ILTACON 2018 Planning Committee »
(deadline to apply 9/30)

Strategic Relationship Liaison for Thomson Reuters, Practice of Law »
(deadline to apply 10/13)

LegalSEC Steering Committee »
(deadline to apply 10/31)
Thomson Reuters, Practice of Law