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As businesses begin looking further into the future, it is more important than ever that legal professionals can leverage lessons learned from the global COVID-19 pandemic to drive transformational change across the legal function.

Hear from market-leading experts, Mark Beer, Co-Founder of The Deep Tech Dispute Resolution Lab, Oxford University and Oliver Hallsworth, Global Head of Legal and Compliance ADSS as they offer practical insights to help legal professionals in the region respond to the crisis and support their organization's recovery.

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Webinar Overview

Join our engaging discussion between our expert panelists as they explore:
  • Pre and post-pandemic processes operated by law firms and in-house counsel. How have these processes been input into your organisations?
  • Digital Transformation: Were legal teams able to effectively pivot to legal technology during the global pandemic?
  • What does the recovery period look like? How will your business have changed as we emerge from the lock-down and the current crisis?
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Mark Beer
The Deep Tech Dispute Resolution Lab, Oxford University
Oliver Hallsworth
Global Head of Legal and Compliance, ADSS
Nicholas Cronjaeger
Head of Legal Software Solutions MAR
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