Automation Mini Series- Using legal automation to solve business problems

CLI’s DLS: Automation Mini Series – Episode 2 – Using legal automation to solve the bigger business problems

This series brings together a unique collaboration of leading legal automation specialists who will take you through the ABCs of automation, how your clients experience it, how you prioritise this in your firm/organisation, how you make your business case for it, how you identify one tool from the next and, answer all your questions too!

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DETAILS

In the second of seven episodes in the mini series, Gene Turner, Managing Director, LawHawk and Mark Tyndall, VP, Markets & Growth, APAC, Neota Logic will guide you through the process of using automation to create value right across your business.

Legal automation is not just about drafting legal documents more quickly and making things easier for the legal team. It should all lead to demonstrable business benefits.

In this session Gene and Mark will cover:

how to look at the full process, and identify the business outcomes that need to be achieved;

how legal automation can link multiple processes, extending across and outside the organisation; and

the broader range of benefits lawyers can now deliver to their business clients using design and technology.

While this episode will have particular relevance to in-house legal teams, law firms will also find it helpful in identifying where they can add the most value in this joined-up world.

You’ll find information about the other episodes in this series and the registration links as we add them here.

If you can’t make it to the live webinar, you’ll be able to catch the re-run for FREE when we post it on the CLI-collaborate (CLIC) resource hub here and the FREE podcast in our The Legalpreneurs Sandbox podcast series here.

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Date

Jul 07 2021
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Time

11:00 pm - 12:00 am
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