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Director of Legal Tech Innovation, Citi
Christina WojcikDirector of Legal Tech Innovation, Citi
Preparing The Lawyer of the Future
How do you prepare 1000 in-house lawyers for the legal department of the future…Including automation, analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning? Christina shares how she started with five attorneys, pilot groups and town halls to grow her enthusiastic cohort to over 300.
Candi Smith, CEDS
Senior Technology and eDiscovery Specialist, Jabil
Candi Smith, CEDSSenior Technology and eDiscovery Specialist, Jabil
EDiscovery in the Cloud- Multiple Uses for eDiscovery Tools and Technology
As more and more eDiscovery moves to the cloud there is a significant cost savings and opportunities to utilize eDiscovery tools for multiple purposes. Investigations compliance and mitigating risk.
Head of Global Technology – Legal and Compliance, Facebook
Rajan GuptaHead of Global Technology – Legal and Compliance, Facebook
Bots – Automation – When is Enough Too Much
How many bots is your organization using? How much time do you spend being “automated” rather than interacting? There is a balance to be maintained for optimal efficiencies vs. optimal work environment.
Head of Legal IT, Takeda
Stephen AaronsonHead of Legal IT, Takeda
The Art of the Possible – The Big Picture and Vision of the Future
Join Steve as he gives us his view of the Future of the Law Department, incorporating his experience leading digital innovation and achieving multi-million savings year-over-year in ever-changing environments. How can you define and deliver strategic roadmaps that align business and IT initiatives?
Amanda FennellRelativity ODA
The Top Three Security Threats Facing Your Company in 2022
While ransomware attacks will continue to be top-of-mind, what other cybersecurity threats should your firm prepare for in the coming year? Learn more about the changing threat landscape, along with the internal and external threats that might be targeting your firm, in this informative session with Relativity’s CSO and CIO, Amanda Fennell.
Director of Ediscovery, AstraZeneca
Josh KreamerDirector of Ediscovery, AstraZeneca
eDiscovery is Cool Again
A plethora of new data sources is creating unique opportunities for eDiscovery professionals to elevate and accelerate their careers into information governance, compliance and investigations. How do you get a seat at this table or create the table if it doesn’t yet exist?
Aaron Van Nice
VP | Legal Operations – Legal | Compliance and Government Relations , ADM
Aaron Van NiceVP | Legal Operations – Legal | Compliance and Government Relations , ADM
Empower your PICs through Standardization and Efficiency
Conducting RFPs is a proven vendor selection technique to select the right vendor and save costs but is often cumbersome and time-consuming to do even with dedicated resources. Creating a tool that standardizes the process, eliminates manual steps and has built-in tracking for the Professional in Charge (PIC) is a game-changer in how we select and engage Outside Counsel for our matters.
Chief Revenue Officer, Breakwater
Jim VintChief Revenue Officer, Breakwater
Data Lineage – Where Did It Come From, Where Did It Go
Understanding data at rest is only half of the story. What happens to your data while in motion? Data lineage provides a ‘way back machine’ for your organization, enabling you to reconstruct your business at any point in time, and allows you to understand the operational reality of your business in real-time.