The UK Legal Technology Association (UKLTA) is looking for student representatives to become part of a growing community of top law and technology firms.

With over 85 organisational members, the UKLTA is dedicated to building a community where legal professionals, technology providers and consumers of legal services can come together in order to help shape the future of legal services delivery collaboratively.

As a UKLTA student representative, you will be the voice of the next generation of legal professionals. You will be invited to take part in creating events and working with member firms on important initiatives. You will have access to join our sub-committees and will be able to offer free membership to your fellow students. 

As a representative, you will benefit from the following:

  • Invitations to online and live events that bring together providers of legal services and legal technology companies.
  • Access learning and knowledge transfer opportunities from leading law and technology firms.
  • Networking opportunities with law and technology firms from across the United Kingdom, and a wealth of experts across the legal sector. 
  • Participation in dedicated forums exploring the specific opportunities for optimising the use of technology for the delivery of different legal services.
  • Regular newsletters and bulletins about UKLTA activities and the latest developments in legal technology.
  • Being part of a community of progressive thinkers and influencers in the delivery of legal technology and networking within that community.
  • Benefit from the knowledge and experience brought by a range of professions with a shared interest in legal technology.
  • Having the opportunity to test and pilot technology solutions prior to them being available on the market.
  • Certified certificate and digital badge to demonstrate your role within the UKLTA*

Expectations and requirements:

Student representatives studying law will benefit from joining the UKLTA representative programme.

Each term representative will be expected to bring on board new student members and disseminate UKLTA updates and information to fellow students. 

  • You need to be over 18 years of age.
  • A current student registered and located within the UK.
  • Willing to serve a term of one academic year.
  • Studying law or legal technology will be advantageous.
  • This is a voluntary opportunity with great benefits, networking opportunities and the chance to be part of the first cohort of UKLTA’s representatives. 
  • Attendance of events and meetings required by all representatives.

If you are interested in becoming a student representative, please complete this >> form <<. 

Closing date for entries EXTENDED to 5pm Friday 4th Nov