The International Municipal Lawyers Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the interests and education of local government lawyers.
IMLA champions the development of fair and realistic legal solutions, and assists members on the vast and cutting edge legal issues facing local government lawyers today.
Our successful CLE Events, expansive network of legal professionals, and our local government specific information channels make IMLA the essential organization for any advancing local government attorney.
Welcome to IMLA.
IMLA office CLOSED December 25, 2014 - January 5, 2015
During this time of year IMLA has found that most people are taking off and that contacts with our office fall dramatically. Recognizing this and in an effort to save resources, IMLA will close its offices from Christmas Eve through January 4, 2015 and reopen on January 5, 2015. Our staff will take vacation days during that time and spend time with family. If you need to contact IMLA, you can reach our Executive Director via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 202-742-1016 and he will try to respond as quickly as possible.
Don't Miss IMLA's Next Webinar!
Land Use- L10
The Year in Review
Date: January 12, 2015
Time: 1PM (EDT)
While you were messing around last year, paying no attention to the most recent, important statutory and case law developments, our panel of national experts had their noses to their computer monitors and yanked every relevant Tweet off their smartphones. You can have the benefit of their collective knowledge by dialing in to this kickoff session of our annual land-use law distance learning series and getting the highlights of the past year in a way that will help you in 2015.
Speakers: Nancy E. Stroud, Professor Peter W. Salsich, Professor Carol Brown, Dwight H. Merriam & Daniel R. Mandelker
CLICK HERE to read the speakers' bios.
CLICK HERE to register. (NOW ONLY $49.99 FOR IMLA MEMBERS!)
IMLA’s Kitchen Sink – Distance Learning at ¼ of the Price!!
Sign up Today to Train Your Whole Office and Get CLE Credit at a Fraction of the Price Through IMLA’s Distance Learning Programs
In order to provide even more benefits to our members, IMLA has drastically reduced the price of our Kitchen Sink subscription to only $499 for the year. One subscription to the “Kitchen Sink” will provide your entire office with at least FORTY (40) distance learning programs, for all of its CLE needs!!! The subscription is valid for all of IMLA’s distance learning programs from January 2015- December 2015. Previously, this subscription cost $1,999 so we are offering you the same great service at only one quarter the price!
In 2015, we will continue to bring you the same high quality programs and offer CLE accreditations for qualifying participants via both teleconferences and webinars. Some examples of topics that will be included in 2015 include both staples to your practice like land use, personnel, municipal finance and ethics, as well as cutting edge topics like Uber, Airbnb, E-cigarettes, and body worn cameras.
Please note that there is no limit on the number of people that listen through your kitchen sink pass, but you can only use ONE connection per Pass. If you have more than one person listening in to any call/webinar, we recommend you set up in a conference room with a computer and/or speakerphone.
To sign up, CLICK HERE.
IMLA’s 2015 Webinars/Teleconferences
New Member Benefit for 2015 – 10 Free Webinars/Teleconferences and Reduced Pricing!!
In 2015, IMLA will be drastically lowering its pricing for its webinars and teleconferences. Additionally, we are excited to add value to your IMLA membership by offering ten (10) FREE* distance learning programs for IMLA members. CLICK HERE to view the 2015 Distance Learning Calendar.
NEW DRASTICALLY REDUCED PRICING FOR MEMBERS:
Single Teleconference/Webinar (Member Rate) --------------------------------------$49
Single Teleconference/Webinar (Non-Member Rate) -------------------------$99-$149
Annual “Kitchen Sink” Subscription (Members Rate) -------------------------------$499
Annual “Kitchen Sink” Subscription (Non-Members Rate) -----------------------$1,999
Special Series Rate for Land Use (Member Rate) -------------------------------------$199
Special Series Rate for Personnel (Member Rate) ------------------------------------$199
Special “New Government Lawyer Series” (Member Rate) -------------------------FREE
To learn more about IMLA’s distance learning program for 2015 CLICK HERE
**Limited availability. IMLA will choose the free programming and will let members know in advance so that they may plan accordingly.
IMLA’s Mid-Year Seminar; Washington, D.C.; April 24-27, 2015
CLICK HERE for more details
IMLA’s 80th Annual Conference; Las Vegas, Nevada; October 4-7, 2015
IMLA’s 81st Annual Conference; TBA
IMLA’s 82nd Annual Conference; Niagara Falls, Canada; October 13-14, 2017
Jay Doegey to Retire
IMLA’s past president, Jay Doegey, will be retiring from his position as City Attorney with the City of Arlington. Jay has been with the city for 28 years! IMLA thanks Jay for his term as president and support of IMLA. We wish him well in his retirement!
Ed Sullivan to Retire
Long-time IMLA Member and Regional Vice President, Ed Sullivan, will be retiring from his position as City Attorney of Oregon City, Oregon at the end of the year. We thank Ed for his service as a Regional Vice President and for many years of support. We wish him well in his retirement!
Bruce Bergman to Retire
Active member, Bruce Bergman, will be retiring from his position as General Counsel of the Iowa League of Cities at the end of the year. We thank Bruce for his service as State Chair and Regional Vice President of the 8th Circuit (South). We wish him well in his retirement!
IMLA is proud to announce that President, Foster Mills, has appointed John Wilkerson and Sara Teague as Co-Chairs of the Litigation, Insurance & Risk Management. Congratulations!
IMLA is proud to announce that President, Foster Mills, has appointed Barbara Adams as a co-chair of IMLA’s hard working Program Planning Committee. Barbara will be joining Mark Hayes in leading the committee.