Health & Safety Hub


ILTA takes the health and safety of our members, partners, staff, and guests seriously.

We know that the decision to attend a meeting is based upon a variety of professional and personal considerations. We hope this page provides you with the information needed to make your decision.

ILTACON 2022 is a COVID-19 vaccination required event for all participants.

We will continue to assess evolving public health guidance regarding large gathering settings and will provide updates and additional guidance as we refine our planning. ILTA continues to encourage all attendees, exhibitors, and staff to follow all applicable regulations and make informed choices about travel, onsite, and external engagement. Find additional info on our FAQ page.

Right of Entry Protocols

ILTA has adopted a “COVID-19 Vaccination Required” approach for all attendees, exhibitors and staff at ILTACON. In practice, this means all attendees, exhibitors and ILTA staff will have to provide proof of their COVID-19 “full vaccination” in order to gain access to the session rooms and exhibit hall. Boosters are not required to attend ILTACON.

All participants will be required to be fully vaccinated no later than 15 July, 2022. ILTA accepts all vaccinations that the World Health Organization (WHO) has determined meet the necessary criteria for safety and efficacy. Boosters are not required to participate in ILTACON. The WHO list can be found here:

If an attendee, exhibitor or ILTA staff member does not meet these requirements, they are NOT considered fully vaccinated and will not be permitted to enter.

Digital images of proof of vaccination should be submitted by clicking here before 15 July 2022. You will need your registration number to submit the image. The registration number (REG-xxxxxxx) can be found on your confirmation email and on your ILTACON event registration page.

If you do not feel comfortable uploading your digital proof of vaccination, you may check the box ""I will bring my proof of vaccination to ILTACON.""

Additionally, ILTA recommends all attendees, exhibitors and staff comply with travel guidelines issued by the CDC when traveling to ILTACON 2022.

On-Site Health and Safety Measures

  • Marriott’s Commitment to Clean
  • Limited Touch Check-In to limit the spread of germs
  • A wide variety of healthy food options to maximize learning
  • Badges required for all ILTACON activities

Harassment at ILTACON

The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) is committed to an event environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Each individual has the right to attend an event with a professional atmosphere that prohibits unlawful discriminatory practices, including harassment. Therefore, ILTA expects that all relationships among persons at the event will be business-like and free of explicit bias, prejudice and harassment.

Individuals who believe they have been the victims of conduct prohibited by this policy or believe they have witnessed such conduct should discuss their concerns with ILTA Events: or 312.533.4110. Misconduct constituting harassment, discrimination or retaliation will be dealt with appropriately. Responsive action may include but is not limited to expulsion from the event and/or expulsion from ILTA.

Emergency Information

All Gaylord National Safety Services Offices are CPR, AED, and first aid certified. All emergencies or suspicious activities should be reported to Safety Services. Safety Services can be contacted from any house phone or by dialing 333 from your guest room phone.

Nearest Pharmacy / Drug store

CVS Pharmacy
162 Fleet Street
Oxon Hill, Maryland 20745

Accessibility Information

During the registration process, ILTACON participants will be able to request dietary, physical, or other accommodations to fully participate in ILTACON. Please contact our Events Team at for additional accommodation information.

For more information about the physical features of accessible rooms, common areas, or special services related to a specific disability, please call the Gaylord National at 301.965.4000.

Human Trafficking and Events

In addition to other broad social concerns such as sustainability and inclusivity, raising awareness of human trafficking is imperative for conferences and events. We ask ILTACON participants to review these materials as a way to combat human trafficking. We may not be on the front lines, but we can all make a difference!

National Human Trafficking Hotline

Nearest Hospital

Fort Washington Medical Center
11711 Livingston Road
Fort Washington, Maryland 20744