Publications & Surveys


ILTA publications focus on educational
content and industry thought-leadership.

With peer-developed themes, content written by industry experts and case studies written by those who’ve “been there, done that,” our publications should sit on the top of your desk or digital library. Consistently ranked as the most valuable publications in the legal technology sector, our award-winning magazine, white papers and surveys deliver education when and where you want it.


Peer to Peer Magazine

Our award-winning quarterly print magaine is mailed to over 17,000 legal technology and business support professionals. Themes and topics are driven by member input and include thought-provoking features, case studies, interviews and more.


Digital White Papers

ILTA's white papers are anything but white. These digital publications include five to eight articles that are typically deeper dives than those published in the magazine.


2018 Technology Survey

ILTA's most prestigious publication each year is our annual Technology Survey. It provides substantive data against which you can benchmark your organization's technology implementations and future plans. This year's survey reports the input of 481 firms representing more than 92,000 attorneys and 188,000 total users. We know you'll benefit from a review of the full analysis, priced at $500 for members.


2017 Compensation Survey

Compensation survey data are invaluable to HR departments as they benchmark salaries and benefits. ILTA’s survey provides an opportunity for deep analysis in roles typically associated with IT services. Each functional area is tiered by level of responsibility; and by filtering on geography, years of experience and firm size, the relevant data that affect compensation levels are easily explored. For an individual, this same type of analysis prepares you for salary discussions with your current or prospective employer.


Other ILTA Surveys

KM, Litigation and Practice Support Technology, IT Staffing, Project Management and more.

Contribute to our publications.

One of ILTA's most valued resources is our volunteer authors — knowledgeable and experienced professionals from our member and vendor communities. It's the wealth of educational content that comes from folks in the trenches that is so valuable to our readers; and we are grateful to our authors for sharing the information and experience they've acquired. If you'd like to contribute an article to ILTA, we want to help you get your idea approved and make sure your piece is published in the best possible light. It's truly a win-win: You and your organization get exposure to the most attentive audience of legal technology professionals in the world, and we get to publish articles that keep our readers informed, educated and coming back for more.


2018 Editorial Calendar

Spring Peer to Peer Magazine:
Security, Information Governance, Data Privacy

Articles should explore the processes, tools and services administered by an organization in relationship to Security, Information Governance and Data Privacy.

NEW: Featured Sections will include Small to Medium Size Organizational highlights and case studies, Corporate Law, and areas of Innovation in Security, IG or Data Privacy.

White Paper:
Litigation and Practice Support

We’ll publish the annual Litigation and Practice Support Technology Survey results and include supplementary articles in this white paper. Possible topics for authors include data analytics, information governance, the effect of technology-assisted review on ediscovery, litigation support for corporate legal departments and more.

Summer Peer to Peer Magazine:
Applications to Services

In this edition, we’ll seek authors who can discuss various aspects of cloud or SAAS based initiatives, including what services are being used/considered, on premise products or in the cloud, change management and internal training examples, and articles showcasing practical examples, step-by-step case studies, and more.

NEW: Featured Sections will include Small to Medium Size Organizational highlights and case studies, Corporate Law, and areas of Innovation in Cloud/SaaS Initiatives.

White Paper:
Marketing Technology

Articles in this publication should focus on leveraging technology and information to achieve marketing goals and objectives. This includes tools that automate tasks to surface actionable intelligence, customer insight and strategies for reaching target audiences. Topics could range from innovations in marketing technology, design thinking for videos and digital marketing, promoting efficiencies and best practices, website design, competitive intelligence, analytics, search engine optimization, and more!

Fall Peer to Peer Magazine:

In this edition, we’ll seek visionaries and authors who can share insights are real world examples of how their organizations are tackling and leading innovative initiatives within our environment of shifting sands of the legal business. Case studies or perspectives showcasing and providing tactics in innovative solutions addressing the disruption in the structure of how legal services are delivered to clients and within organizations. Also, examples of the effect on the internal organization and step by step solutions to help address transitions.

NEW: Featured Sections will include Small to Medium Size Organizational highlights and case studies, Corporate Law, CyberSecurity Innovations, and Armed Forces Veterans working in Legal Technology.

Survey Results:
2018 Technology Survey

This highly anticipated report gives you a current snapshot and trending data of technology systems and processes used in law firms.

Winter Peer to Peer Magazine:
2018 in Review: Successful Planning for Leadership into 2019

Our members are eager to hear personal stories of leadership initiatives, policy improvements, project implementations, partnering between law firms and corporate legal departments, and uses of innovative technologies for leadership initiatives in their organizations.

  • Article submissions closed
  • Publishing: December 2018

White Paper:
Knowledge Management

Articles in this publication should focus on "How can the Knowledge Management (KM) community balance the concept "keep it practical" with the spotlight on innovation and transformation in the practice of law?" The thought-provoking and informative articles in this white paper will explore how KM professionals have achieved this balance and provide practical takeaways.

Possible article topics could range from new roles in KM, content aggregation, working with data and data analytics, innovation, and much more!

  • Article submissions closed
  • Publishing: December 2018

Our Process

Check out our editorial calendar to see which upcoming publication theme seems like a good fit.

Send an article pitch (a paragraph describing the intended article topic) using our idea form.

If your pitch is accepted, please observe ILTA's publishing guidelines, deadlines and word count. Submit your final draft of the article by the deadline as a Word document. Include a brief bio (50 words) and a hi-res headshot.

You write, we edit. Each article goes through an iterative editing process. ILTA reserves the right to edit an article to conform to our house style rules and flow well with other content in a publication.

Approve the final layout, and sign the author agreement letter.

Publishing Guidelines

Every submission should be an original, educational piece. Do not spotlight specific products or companies; rather, write about challenges and solutions with technology or administrative procedures (we love case studies).

Start your article with a strong concept or thesis, and craft a strong closing.

Consider including a short sidebar piece in your article, especially if you conduct an interview, want to include a list or have other related information that doesn’t quite fit in the article. Also consider using subheads and bullet lists.

Do not include footnotes, diagrams or images. Citations should be incorporated into the context of the article.

Keep your audience in mind. ILTA's readers are technology professionals in law firms and corporate legal departments. Consider their knowledge as you write.

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