According to a recent survey conducted by The Lawyer in association with Wolters Kluwer, all legal departments across the U.K. expect to use legal technology in some form within the next five years. However, just 40% have a digital strategy to support their initiatives.
Join us for a discussion on the role of legal technology and how it is shaping the role of the legal department today, and in the future. This session will cover:
- The importance of having a digital strategy in place for the legal function
- The role of structuring and mapping processes in driving digital transformation
- How to leverage technology to demonstrate value and boost interdepartmental collaboration
- Challenges when introducing legal technology and how to gain stakeholder buy-in
LIVE WEBINAR in association with Wolters Kluwer | Thursday 29th April, 10:00am BST
Simon Cliff, General Counsel, City Football Group
James May, Operations Legal Counsel, Coca Cola
Rowan Marshall-Rowan, Head of Legal & Company Secretary, Calor Gas
Rowan joined Calor Gas Limited in 2008 and is Head of Legal and Company Secretary. In addition to managing the in-house legal function, Rowan also sits on the Audit & Risk Management Committee and the Pensions Committee and acts as Company Secretary for Calor’s JV with Shell, Autogas Limited. Prior to that, Rowan worked as an in-house lawyer for Molson Coors and in private practice in the commercial and competition law team at Eversheds’ Birmingham office.
Maurits Annegarn, Segment Manager Legal Software, Wolters Kluwer
Maurits is the Segment Manager for Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory’s Legal Software unit with a main focus on the corporate legal segment. Over the past 10 years, Maurits has built up extensive experience and expertise in the field of legal tech solutions for corporate lawyers and specializes in guiding General Counsel when implementing software solutions. Through his work as a Senior Business Consultant and later as Senior Consultant Global Partnerships for Wolters Kluwer, Maurits speaks the language of both the lawyer and the programmer and can help in bridging the gap between them.
Matt Byrne, Deputy Editor, The Lawyer
Matt joined The Lawyer in 2003 as features editor and became deputy editor in 2014. He has written on a wide range of topics related to the business of law and management of legal services organisations. In particular, Matt leads the editorial teams for major market reports such as the UK 200, the US Top 50 and the Global Litigation 50.