Give Back. Get Ahead. Volunteer with the IAPP.
What makes IAPP programs and events special? Our members’ input. They offer their time, expertise and leadership in ways that really count—for them and for their fellow members.
Why become an IAPP volunteer?
Volunteering is a valuable way to share your privacy and data protection prowess with others, make great connections, keep current on the latest developments and get special access to an array of IAPP resources.
- Champion your ideas and get them implemented.
- Get more—and more meaningful—networking opportunities with privacy professionals on a global scale.
- Join the vibrant, dynamic, professional group of volunteers who are leading the IAPP to new heights every day!
- Give back to the privacy community with content, or pro bono initiatives.
Check out the stats on how current IAPP volunteers are boosting the privacy community.
Moot Court Volunteers Needed
Interested in supporting a global moot court competition focused on Information Law? We are looking for attorneys with experience in implementing GDPR to either coach new teams (virtual opportunity) or act as a judge for this year's memo stage. We are looking for volunteers who can provide the value of their experience to new mooters and help to build the Helsinki Information Law (HILM) Moot while networking at the same time. Hearings are hosted by law firms in Helsinki, and the platform for the event (virtual or in person) is still to be determined.
Learn more about each role and apply here.
There are so many great opportunities available to our volunteers. Check out the categories below to see which types are best for you and let us know.