Christel Aguila heads the firm’s IT department and is responsible for the following areas: internal and client facing systems analysis, plannning, design and implementation, business process integration and improvement, technology scanning and evaluation, infrastructure, support and IT training.
She is very much a hands-on manager applying a pragmatic and solutions-based approach in tackling day-to-day IT challenges. She is equally motivated by strategic issues and opportunities technology can offer in supporting a forward-thinking legal practice. She works closely with the firm’s various business support services functions to continuously improve internal workflow processes as well as with operating teams to ensure client-facing solutions add value to their clients.
Aguila is a member of the firm’s Practice Standard’s Committee.
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