Central Intelligence: Platform Interoperability Across the Legal Profession

Topics: Corporate Legal, Emerging Legal Technology Forum, Law Firms, On-Demand Webinars

The Thomson Reuters Institute is pleased to announce the  2020 US Emerging Legal Technology Forum, a robust and compelling examination of the ongoing tech-related innovation efforts in place at some of the nation’s most progressive corporate legal departments and law firms. Held as a series of three discrete webinars, our program offers timely, practical, strategic guidance from highly regarded industry professionals and observers. Our third and final installment addresses the growth of platform efficiency within both large and small organizations.

The ability of “smart” technology to connect devices holds fantastic connotations for legal services. Consider how, in the current market, many law firms and corporates leverage disparate technologies for routine matters in the business of law. In theory, such thinking is healthy and reflective of legal technology’s diverse, crescendoing wave. But in a climate where cost pressures continue to mount, could a more streamlined approach be in order? This discussion examines the growing imperative for centralizing enterprise technology within a single interoperable platform. What considerations should business executives prioritize when designing a formal strategy? How are concerns surrounding privacy, security or data governance being addressed throughout the transformation process?

Colin LevyCorporate Counsel, Salary.com

Wendy Butler CurtisChief Innovation Officer, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Bim DaveExecutive Vice President, Helm360
Doug McCalmontFounder, BlocAlt Consulting LLC
Brian ZubertDirector, Ecosystem Development, Thomson Reuters

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Please consider accessing other webinars within this series:

Addressing Technophobia: Training Technologically Competent Lawyers
Chain Reaction: Managing the Strategic Implementation of Legal Technology