Over the years we’ve heard a lot of myths surrounding legal tech including; misconceptions around cloud security, the reliability of voice recognition software, buying and deploying new tech being a mammoth (and expensive) task… not to mention that AI is taking over jobs.

Perhaps then it is unsurprising that the legal industry and law firms, in particular, are still viewed as being too conservative with regards to reinvention and change. This webinar will address the myths of legal technology and the strategies for law firms to overcome these challenges to achieve a cultural change and embrace digitalisation.

Join this webinar to hear the panel discuss:

  • The key drivers and barriers to the adoption of legal technology.
  • The misconceptions around the risks of adopting new technology.
  • How lawyers can make their working lives more efficient.

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Live webinar | Tuesday 9 March 2021 | 11:00am GMT

Vladimir Teodosiev is a Senior Business Development Manager at Nuance delivering value to high-profile private and public organisations. Commercially savvy and with a strong interest in technology, he has extensive experience in creating and delivering value to high-profile private and public organisations. Highly customer-focused and results-driven, he supports businesses in developing best practices that facilitate efficient document creation.

Darren Maundrell is responsible for the UK and Ireland partner channel business at ORdigiNAL and has over 25 years of IT channel experience, with 15 of those years spent focused on the Speech market. A self-confessed “Speech Recognition Nerd”, Darren is passionate about helping their partners grow their business and working closely with Nuance to offer the solutions needed in the market.

Charlotte Baldwin, Chief Digital & Technology Officer, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

An experienced digital leader, with roles spanning over 22 years across multiple industries, her career has focused on delivering digital transformation and complex technology-enabled business change. She has driven business value through digitally enabled business models, complex integration and merger experience. Scope of roles has included client/customer-facing digital product teams as well as delivering enterprise technology and all aspects of infrastructure across organisations.

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Dan Wright, Partner, Osborne Clarke

For 15 years Dan was a practising corporate lawyer advising on M&A and corporate finance transactions, in the UK and internationally. Four years ago he stopped transactional work to set-up and grow Osborne Clarke’s Solutions business.

Matt Byrne

Matt Byrne, Deputy Editor, The Lawyer

Matt joined The Lawyer in 2003 as features editor and has written on a wide range of topics related to the business of law.