IAALS benefits tremendously from the wisdom, experience, and counsel of nationally recognized experts from the legal, academic, and business professions who comprise our Board of Advisors. Our Board provides insight and recommendations for IAALS as a whole and across our issues and projects.
The JPE 2.0 Task Force is comprised of knowledgeable, experienced judicial performance evaluation (JPE) administrators and experts from across the United States. The Task Force meets regularly to discuss research on existing JPE programs, identify topics meriting further study and/or outreach, and plan the next steps for the broader discussion and implementation of ideas related to modernizing and improving JPE programs. Learn more about our JPE 2.0 project.
IAALS identified leaders in the profession from diverse locations, practice settings, and affinity groups to guide our US Justice Needs project.
Our Foundations Advisory Committee represents a diverse set of perspectives to help us guide the Foundations for Practice project forward. Committee members provide critical input on various aspects of the project, including outreach strategies, product development, pilot projects with law schools and employers, and, ultimately, the prospect of developing a more interactive online set of tools for stakeholders to capture the full “system” we envision for Foundations. Our Committee also works with us to unlock the potential for Foundations to directly address systemic inequity and act as an entryway for more diversity in the profession.
The IAALS Law Firm Council (LFC) is a national group of firms whose members are invited to participate in IAALS’ programming, to engage in our process, and to have a voice at the table of meaningful and impactful reform within the system.
The LFC provides critical support—intellectually and financially—and functions as our “boots on the ground” by helping IAALS identify emerging issues and by providing feedback on our work as it develops. Throughout the year, LFC members connect regularly and have opportunities for leveraging their own involvement and impact. Details about membership available here.
If you are interested in learning more about the LFC, please contact Amy Downing, Events and Partnership Manager, at 303-871-6649.
IAALS' Business Leadership Network (BLN) is an important group of private sector advisors and investors. Member corporations' Corporate Counsel are able to meet twice annually, with peers from around the country and with IAALS staff, to discuss the challenges faced in the current legal system and how it can best be improved, from questions about the core competencies of young lawyers to the challenges of court processes and procedures.
To learn more about the BLN, please contact Amy Downing, Events and Partnership Manager, at 303-871-6649.