Law Firm MembershipClick here to download and print a copy of the IASA Law Firm Membership Invoice for FY 2024.Click here to renew or join IASA for FY 2024.Over the past two years, IASA has expanded legal services to our nearly 1,750 members by collaborating with school law firms on legal workshops, magazine articles, podcasts and other virtual and face-to-face engagements. We believe this partnership has been successful for all, as IASA members have received invaluable knowledge about pertinent legal matters and school attorneys have enhanced their recognition and visibility with Illinois school administrators.In an effort to strengthen this collaboration and maximize your marketing dollars, IASA offers four different opportunities to serve the superintendents of Illinois: Law Firm Member, Legal Supporter, Legacy Legal Partner, and Premier Legal Partner.
Our members want to hear from you. IASA’s Legal Workshop series — where a school attorney presents on a legal topic via a Zoom webinar — has been incredibly popular. Hundreds of superintendents across the state routinely register for these sessions, providing an opportunity to reach school administrators not available elsewhere. IASA also offers attorneys the opportunity to submit articles in IASA’s monthly magazine, Leadership Matters, be a guest on the IASA Podcast, present at conferences and sponsor IASA events.
This is a great time to increase your visibility. An estimated 75 new faces will join the superintendent ranks during the 2023-24 school year. Becoming a partner with IASA is an unparalleled opportunity to meet the district decisionmakers throughout the state.
Should you have any questions regarding law firm memberships, please contact Misti Murphy: email@example.com or phone 217.753.2213.
Should you have any questions regarding legal partnership, contact Cherry Middleton: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 217.753.2213.
Thank you for considering a partnership with IASA in the quest to realize our vision of “Maximum Educational Success for All Students” in Illinois public schools.