ILGL

The Institute for Local Government Lawyers (ILGL) is a program started by IMLA geared towards new local government attorneys, law students, as well as seasoned attorneys who need a “refresher” in various general topics of local government law. Instead of a traditional panel setting, ILGL is setup in classroom form, with a more intimate setting and greater ability to present questions to faculty. In many situations, the presenters will be expert academic professionals in their respective fields.


 

IMLA's ILGL Program

October 14, 2017

Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Scotiabank Convention Center

The 82nd Annual Conference includes a special Institute for Local Government Lawyers program on October 14, 2017.

The Institute for Local Government Lawyers (ILGL) is a beginners-level program geared towards law students, attorneys new to local government, as well as seasoned attorneys who need a “refresher” in various general topics of local government law. Presenters are law school professors and/or local government lawyers with a vast amount of experience throughout the United States. The presentations will provide a broad overview on a number of topics of interest to local government attorneys and will be in a classroom-type setting including topics on:

  • Municipal Finance
  • Parliamentary Procedure
  • Sunshine Laws
  • Personnel and Employment Law
  • Land Use
  • Legal Ethics
  • Negotiation

Space is limited register early! Registration form forthcoming.