In order to adapt to heightened client expectations, today’s innovative legal departments are exploring self-service technologies in order to provide efficient service at a lower cost and without compromising on quality. To that end, check out our free webinar, Why Self-Service Is Critical To The Future Of Legal Departments, brought to you in partnership with Everlaw and Above the Law and moderated by legal technology maven Bob Ambrogi. The webinar is designed for in-house counsel and corporate legal departments of all sizes.
Among the areas to be explored:
- Transactional: Pre- and Post-Execution
Our webinar will examine use cases, opportunities, and best practices for enabling legal self-service in an enterprise environment. Which aspects of legal practice lend themselves to a self-service model? What are the challenges inherent in setting up new processes? Drawing on deep subject matter expertise and concrete real-world examples, our program will start you on the path toward automated processes that are predictable, fast, secure, free, and errorless.
AJ Shankar is the CEO and Co-Founder of Everlaw, a cloud-based litigation platform that enables teams to collaboratively discover, reveal, and act on the information that drives internal investigations and positively impacts legal outcomes. AJ is a technology entrepreneur with a Ph.D. in Computer Science from UC Berkeley and an A.B. in Applied Mathematics/ Computer Science from Harvard University.
Jeremiah Weasenforth is the Managing Project Attorney in the Orrick Analytics group. Jeremiah manages a team of attorneys and technical non-attorneys that utilize technology and project management discipline to assist with litigation and transactional tasks. Jeremiah’s focus is bringing efficiency to all aspects of such tasks through the use of technology and sound process.
Robert Ambrogi is a Massachusetts lawyer and journalist who has been covering legal technology and the web for more than 20 years, primarily through his blog LawSitesBlog.com. Former editor-in-chief of several legal newspapers, he is a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management and an inaugural Fastcase 50 honoree. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.