Press Release |ILTA Announces 2021 Program Planning Priorities

By ILTA News posted 12-08-2020 09:37


(Chicago, IL) December 8, 2020 The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) is pleased to announce the 2021 ILTA Program Planning Council (PPC) Program Planning Priorities. This programming framework sets programming priorities for all ILTA volunteer groups who create content including events, select publications and surveys, and much more. The following four topics were developed as the 2021 Programming Priorities:

  • Career Development for 2020 and Beyond
  • The Rise of Online Collaboration
  • Thriving in the Post-2020 Workplace
  • Adapting to Accelerating Technology Change

View detailed information on the 2021 Programming Priorities here.

“Our top priority as the PPC is to collaborate to help guide content to be the most relevant and contemporary for all ILTAns,” says Jason Dirkx, ILTA PPC Co-Chair and Knowledge Management Counsel at Littler Mendelson.

To complement programming priorities, the 2021 Editorial Calendar has also been released.

Along with new programming priorities, the process for selecting ILTACON educational sessions has changed. For the 2021 ILTACON annual meeting, ILTA is accepting ideas from the entire ILTA Community for sessions via a Call for Sessions. Please submit your ILTACON 2021 session ideas here and visit the ILTA Volunteer page to see current and upcoming opportunities to volunteer your time and talent.

 “We are excited to hear and create sessions that were submitted by ILTAns for ILTAns from across the globe,” says Gaynor Senyszyn, ILTA Director of Education. “Now is the time to be vocal and share the ideas for sessions you’ve been thinking of. We want to organize the best sessions for you and your business.”


The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) serves the professional needs of more than 25,000 international legal technology professionals and their organizations. 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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