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On-Demand Webinar
How well has your firm or organisation handled the move to an entirely virtual workplace? For insights on mastering remote working, don’t miss this complimentary Thomson Reuters video webinar on The Art of Working Remotely in the Legal Profession
Rosalie Tordoir
Rosalie Tordoir
Head of Client Services - HighQ 
Thomson Reuters
Leona Blanco
Leona Blanco
Knowledge Manager
Clyde & Co
Joel Barolsky
Joel Barolsky
Managing Director
Barolsky Advisors Pty Ltd
Senior Fellow of the University of Melbourne
Caroline Ferguson
Caroline Ferguson
Business Transformation and Innovation Director 
Simpson Grierson
Inez Russell
Inez Russell
SmartLaw Director 
HopgoodGanim Lawyers
Michelle Nesbitt-Burrell
Michelle Nesbitt-Burrell
Head of Brand
Acritas
Video webinar overview

Featuring a panel of leaders based in Australia and New Zealand, we’ll delve into a range of remote working topics, from technology to best-practice client collaborating.

Whether you are a Knowledge Manager, Law Firm Principal or Head of Innovation, The Art of Working Remotely in the Legal Profession will provide practical use-cases and long-term solutions for all legal professionals to consider.  


Join to help reinvigorate your approach to client service delivery and productivity.
Areas of discussion

  • Best-practice legal technologies: The legal profession was effectively put to the test when it became clear that firms had to operate outside of traditional office environments. Our speakers share what efficiencies their firms and clients have put in place for a seamless WFH experience.  

  • Client collaboration: Depending on your work-from-home setup, your ability to collaborate and work with clients and stakeholders can be put under pressure in these conditions. But it doesn’t have to be this way. 

  • Privacy and data protection considerations: The importance of data compliance and protecting employer and client sensitive information will be discussed, at a time when professionals are more at-risk of experiencing a breach. 

  • Keeping up momentum and morale: The panel swap stories on how they and their peers are remaining productive and supporting clients amid the global health crisis. 

  • Returning to work: In some parts of the world, legal workplaces are not yet out of the woods when it comes to returning to the workplace. In fact, some firms and legal departments are considering long-term remote working conditions for their legal professional employees.


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