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Tech and the Law 2020 Report Launch
COVID-19 has accelerated our need to stay connected online, with the majority of the legal profession now working remotely during these unprecedented times. In this environment, opportunities arise to transform our virtual work spaces. Hear from our panelists in this on-demand webinar.

Ready to skip straight ahead to the data-driven findings? Access your complimentary copy of the Tech and the Law 2020 Report report here!
Rosalie Tordoir
Rosalie Tordoir 
Head of Client Services - HighQ
Asia and Emerging Markets 
Thomson Reuters
Carolyn Austin
Carolyn Austin
Director of Knowledge and Practice Support - Australia
K&L Gates
Michael Johnson CA
Head of Strategy
Momentum Intelligence
Webinar overview

Thomson Reuters is pleased to present an in-depth webinar discussion for the launch of its annual, Tech and the Law 2020 Report in partnership with Momentum Intelligence, the market research provider. Included is an discussion on the wider trends, success stories and perspectives from your industry peers in the context of the current climate.

What can we learn from these experiences and how can technology help us with the transition to effective remote working? Find out in our webinar for firms and organisations in the APAC region.  
Areas of discussion

  • Top legal innovators identified: What is prompting firms and legal departments to innovate and why? The average workday will be explored and how legal professionals are turning to technologies to be more efficient.
  • How decision-makers are approaching legal tech: Are they happy with the decisions they have made? Additionally, with the change of environment due to COVID-19, one can wonder how much pressure there is to evolve their legal tech strategy.
  • Change barriers and opportunities: The road blocks for innovating with legal tech will be revealed, and what firms and businesses can do to adapt.



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