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September 23, 2021 | 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM AEST

Virtual event |

ACC Australia Webinar

Pricing
Members: $0
Non-members: $0
Category
Practice Management and Business Skills

Overview (Program Summary)

Getting budget for legal technology is notoriously difficult and is often a breaking point in a legal team's quest to improve the way they work and deliver legal services to the business. The key is knowing how to build an effective business case. 

In this session Evan Wong will cover: 

  • How to properly frame and communicate the value of legal automation 
  • How to structure and present a winning business case; and 
  • How to handle common objections and pushback to new investments in automation.

Speakers

Evan Wong

Evan Wong
 
Evan Wong is the CEO & Co-Founder of Checkbox, a 14x award-winning no code workflow automation platform, and is a listed Forbes 30 Under 30. Evan has worked with many legal teams globally on their digital transformation projects by leveraging the power of no code automation and his expertise in developing digital solutions to solve business process problems. Through this work, he has helped redefine how lawyers conduct intake and triage, generate documents, provide advice, and facilitate workflows, with a focus on applying innovation with ruthless practicality. 

 

CLE

Credits: 0.5 CPD Points
Category: Practice Management and Business Skills

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