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As the world continues to overcome the challenges of COVID-19, one thing is clear across the entire legal ecosystem - it has been a catalyst for collaboration.

In a matter of weeks, we've seen the transition to a virtual workforce and the critical need to stay connected more than ever before. What role has technology and collaboration played in this transformation of the legal industry?

Join our webinar and learn how to create a technology-led culture as our speakers uncover the latest thinking in the area of collaboration and innovation in the law. Suitable for law firms and legal departments.

Live audio translations will be available in Japanese language on the day.
Areas of discussion:

  • Client use case: Our speakers will share their experience of HighQ and how it enabled them to provide a seamless platform to manage their end-to-end business.
  • Barriers to change and opportunities: Institutional resistance to implementing innovative technologies. What firms can do to overcome these barriers?
  • How to create a technology led culture: Learn how to provide clients with an end-to-end legal and technology experience. Our experts reflect on their own innovation team, Propel.

Will there be time for questions?
Yes! We'll be hosting a virtual Q&A at the end of the session where you'll have the opportunity to engage directly with our speakers. They look forward to answering your questions and sharing use-case scenarios in relation to collaboration and the law.

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3rd June 2020 | 3:00 PM (GST) | LIVE WEBINAR
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James Barrett
Senior Legal Project Manager,
Eversheds Sutherland
Kurtis Windrow
Legal Technologist,
Eversheds Sutherland
Sophie Baugh
Client Success Consultant
HighQ, part of Thomson Reuters
Nick Cronjaeger
Webinar Moderator
Head of Legal Software Solutions MAR Thomson Reuters MENA
About Propel

Our Propel team combines litigation technology and legal project management to provide clients with an end-to-end legal and technology experience. It will share knowledge and resources to meet the clients’ needs; from using technology to facilitate and improve processes, to creating bespoke activity and status reports.
The combined team ensures the client will benefit from efficiencies and value which technology and legal project management can bring to the disputes process.

We believe this is an exciting and dynamic innovation which, while still in it’s infancy, will transform the way clients engage with our team on complex disputes and litigation matters. It will guarantee our technology and legal project management offering is continually evolving to meet ever-changing client requirements.

Our legal project management and technology team not only differentiate our offering from that of our competitors, but bring quantifiable efficiencies to every matter
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