How will your firm adapt as the economy, work, and the practice of law changes?
Join us on 21 July for an interesting webinar where Richard Tromans, founder of Artificial Lawyer, and special guest speakers; Isabel Parker, Shamus Rae, Richard Ashcroft, Joe Cohen and Ben Hunt join Legatics to discuss the cultural changes that law firms must address to function in the 21st century and beyond.
Lawyers will talk about things like the barriers to adopting new technologies and how to overcome them. We’ll also look to other industries to see how they’ve made changes.
Key DetailsWhen: Thursday 21 July
Time: 09:30 am [BST]
Where: Online webinar
Agenda09:30 - 09:35 Intro
09:35 - 10:20 Panel Discussion
10:20 - 10:30 Q&A and closing remarks
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About the Panel
Richard Tromans is the founder of pioneering legal tech news site Artificial Lawyer. He is also the founder and chair of the Changing Legal global think tank, and is the Founding Consultant at innovation advisory provider Tromans Consulting.
Isabel Parker is the author of "Successful Digital Transformation in Law Firms: A Question of Culture" and an experienced and dynamic leader of legal digital transformation. She is committed to driving genuine change in the legal sector with extensive practical experience in helping law firms, law companies and corporate legal teams become more digitally effective.
Shamus Rae is the co-founder and CEO at Engine B. As a dedicated change-maker and with 21 years in business transformation, Shamus is now focused exclusively on leveraging AI and data to transform organisations.
Richard Ashcroft is Deputy Dean at City Law School, University of London. Working on helping people enjoy their work, Richard is an analyst of contemporary trends in biomedicine and public health with a strong interest in social issues, human rights, and practical policy making.
Ben Hunt is the Lead Legal Technology Manager at DLA Piper, responsible for driving the use of innovative legal technology across all practice groups in the firm's International business. DLA Piper's Legal Technology team forms part of its Service Delivery group, under the firm's Law& banner.
Joe Cohen is the Head of Innovation at Dentons, responsible for legal technology pilots and implementations, as well as other 'innovation culture' initiatives such as innovation training and design thinking. Prior to this, as a non-lawyer, Joe held innovation positions at Linklaters and Slaughter and May, and before that was a technology consultant for Deloitte.
Anthony Seale is the CEO of Legatics. He was a Project Finance lawyer with a previous background in satellite data analysis and used these skills to bring together the software and legal worlds in order to create a better way of managing legal transactions.
Legatics, trusted by leading law firms from around the world, is a transaction management platform designed by lawyers to improve legacy working methods and solve practical transactional issues. Legatics transforms legal transactions, providing a better deal experience for all parties, and freeing lawyers from unnecessary administrative tasks.