The global pandemic has accelerated the adoption of nascent technologies, especially technologies that allow employees to work from home and maintain connections with customers. Like all businesses, law firms were deeply impacted by COVID-19 and seismic shifts in workplace norms. According to Bloomberg Law, at least 75% of employees in the legal industry have been working from home during lockdowns.


However, the “workplace revolution” is likely to continue as businesses emerge from lockdown. In a legal industry survey from Loeb Leadership, 67% of respondents desired the flexibility to work from home in a post-COVID world. Long-term shifts toward flexible work will require firms to think differently about their tech stacks. In order to retain top talent, attract top clients, and maximise their billable hours, firms should empower their workforce to connect and collaborate, to support clients, and secure their data.


Watch this recording to learn:

  • How are trends in flexible work impacting the legal industry?
  • What technologies should law firms explore to help their employees and clients succeed?
  • What criteria should IT buyers use to evaluate these technologies?
  • How are LogMeIn customers in the legal industry coping in today’s world of flexible work?










Tim Colman, Senior Vertical Development Manager, LogMeIn
Tim has over 30 years of experience in professional sales and management within the financial services, legal, and software (UCaSS/SaaS) industries. His experience has given him some battle-tested qualities: resilience, ability to adapt quickly to changing environments, a persistence in attitude in pursuing his goals, conviction in the face of failures, and, most importantly, leaning on the wisdom of peers, partners, friends, and family when needed!
Tim’s expertise over the last several years includes Vertical Development Strategies, from conception to full engagement. Internally, he works with all departments, across all regions and countries, including marketing, product development, sales (SME and enterprise), finance and legal to help bring these global vertical initiatives to market. Externally, Tim works with LogMeIn’s Channel Partners and Strategic Partners (both from a Commercial and Integration perspective) to drive awareness, train, and position the product portfolio to effectively meet the needs and demands of our clients.
To achieve this, Tim’s skills include relationship building, collaboration, analysis, communication, enhancing efficiencies, negotiations, general management, and leadership.
When he’s not doing all of this, he can be found on the basketball court entertaining his twin grandboys.

Mike Nudd, Senior Solutions Consultant for UCC, LogMeIn

Mike has over 20 years of experience within the telecoms industry. He has a proven track record of solving problems, managing projects and delivering solutions. Having worked in many different business roles over the years and being a good listener, customer-focused, strategic, creative, and proactive, Mike hopes to bring a holistic and strategic view to his work.

Mike is glad to form part of LogMeIn’s UCC team, which is focused on bringing the GoToConnect, GoToMeeting, and GoToRoom products into the UK marketplace. It’s a great place to work and everyone is friendly and passionate. Like my colleagues, he has a strong belief in the product, which offers unrivalled functionality and ease of use over many competitor products.

Catrin Griffiths, Editor, The Lawyer

Catrin Griffiths has been editor of The Lawyer, the award-winning title for the legal profession, since 2000. In that time she has widened The Lawyer’s coverage to include the global legal industry and led the magazine’s transformation into a major online brand. She won Editor of the Year at the PPA Awards in 2018. A Welsh speaker, Catrin studied French at university and recently completed a PhD in English Civil War literature. Outside her day job, she runs a choir and is a trustee of two charities, Orchestras Live and Jerwood Arts.