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The Journey Starts Here: Building Your Client-Centric Legaltech Roadmap


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 57 minutes
Recorded Date: March 09, 2022
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Agenda

  • Background
  • Why should we have a tech roadmap?
  • What are some cues that your department needs a roadmap?
  • What is a technology roadmap?
  • How to build a technology roadmap?
  • Q & A
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: March 9, 2022

For NY - Difficulty Level: For experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)

Description

Corporate legal teams with escalating workloads and competing business demands are increasingly looking to technology to help solve their problems. From document and e-billing to digital contracting, legaltech can help teams become more strategic and productive -- doing more with less and improving their efficiency and effectiveness across the company.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek Conference on March 9th, 2022.

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Panelists

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Jeff Fehrman

Vice President
Reveal-Brainspace

A respected thought leader in the electronic discovery and information management community, Jeff Fehrman is Vice President, Discovery Solutions at Reveal, a leading global provider of cloud-based eDiscovery software solutions and services. Our eDiscovery software platform offers the full range of processing, ECA, review and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, combining an intuitive user interface with a robust SaaS platform designed for scale and speed.

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Alex Jacobs

Director
Berkeley Research Group (BRG)

I have worked throughout my career at the intersection of technology and legal, whether inside of corporate legal departments or with outside counsel. Currently I help corporate legal departments achieve their strategic objectives by aligning the right expertise needed to accomplish those objectives in as much of a cost-neutral way as possible. Legal operations, ediscovery, privacy, compliance, information governance, records management; successful initiatives depend on aligning goals with broader corporate objectives, working within budget, and culture fit.

BRG has the expertise to execute these initiatives with the right teams, in a way that meets or exceeds budgetary requirements.

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Robert Kruse

Co-Founder
Advance Precision eDiscovery

Robert Kruse is a distinguished eDiscovery subject matter expert with years of knowledge working with the largest fortune 500 companies across the globe. He has both in-house and consutling experience that allows for an in-depth understanding of some of the most complex and robust workflows and tools.

Robert has the ability to articulate across industry lines to both legal and information security and technology peers making hiim a single point of contract for all of your eDiscovery needs.

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Kristin Sunderman

Litigation Support Director
Freddie Mac

Kristin Sunderman is the Director of Litigation Support at Freddie Mac.

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Kate Orr

Senior Innovation Counsel
Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Kate is key member of Orrick’s innovation team. She works closely with clients and attorneys to implement novel products, streamlined processes, and technology solutions, all with an eye for higher quality and more efficient service.

Kate also leads CaseStream, Orrick's homegrown case management system, which streamlines the day-to-day management of litigation and transactions. The Financial Times recognized CaseStream as the #1 most innovative New Product and Service in 2017.

Kate represented commercial clients in complex trial and appellate litigation throughout the United States at Orrick. She remains active in numerous pro bono matters and was awarded the first annual Orrick Pro Bono Award. Kate also served as an adjunct professor of Legal Writing and Oral Advocacy at the University Maryland School of Law.


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