Virtual event |
Overview (Program Summary)
This interactive session features live demos and real-world in-house examples of how using O365 for matter triage and management, task assignment, approvals, and reports improves delivery of legal services to in-house clients.
At the conclusion of this session we will launch LTIC's first video series for in-house DIY'ers called 'Build your own O365 matter intake system in five easy steps'. Make sure you stick around for this!
Graeme leads Arrow Direct, Allens' service line for clients running their own matters who need technology, consulting, and/or review support. Graeme has worked with 100s of local and international clients on large-scale discovery matters and digital transformation projects, focused on improving client outcomes through process improvement and the thoughtful application of technology.
Rob is a specialist lawyer with experience in corporate governance & risk, investigations, transformation and crisis management for large organisations operating in complex regulatory environments, including especially health and allied health, financial services, and gaming. Rob's particular areas of expertise include AML/CTF, dispute resolution, regulatory engagement, strategic and risk advice, and the management of litigation (including prosecutions and class actions). In his current role, Rob is responsible for a multi-skilled team of lawyers and legal operations professionals, and provides support to the business in the delivery of transformation projects designed to enhance the way the business interacts with government stakeholders, as well as with its own Legal function.
SJ is a champion of innovation and technology in law, with a particular focus on machine learning (AI) and digital translation. As Chair of the Legal Innovation and Technology Committee for the Association of Corporate Counsel, Australia; Member of the Centre for Legal Innovation Advisory Board for the College of Law, Australia, NZ and Asia Pacific and Winner of Women in Technolgy WA Tech [+]20 Award 2021, SJ is often invited to speak, comment and write on how the practice of law is changing. She established and continues to lead TIGLS (Technology Interest Group Law and Supply Chain) in the Chevron worldwide organisation. She pioneered the use of low code solutions to develop automation apps and inspired colleagues to build and deploy their own customised apps which delight users, enhance productivity and develop tech savvy lawyers.