Feb 10, 2020 By LegalMiner
The 2020 Legal Innovators - California will expose senior executives from across the legal ecosystem to the next wave of innovations.
Whether you have heard of legal tech or not, everyone in the legal industry should familiarize themselves with the unstoppable trend stimulated by legal technology.
An example of some of the topics that will be explored on the day by our fantastic group of experts includes:
• Reshaping Legal Services – How technology and innovation in legal services delivery are making a real difference,
where we are heading, and the challenges we face.
• Deconstructing Value – How in-house legal teams and legal ops professionals are applying rigor to the delivery of legal services, from better analysis of the cost of producing legal products, to better use of data for business insights, to disaggregating legal work so that the right people and tech do the right things.
• Looking for Diamonds in the Legal Data Mine – The Legal Research Revolution and the huge increase in value of legal data.
Across the day, senior executives from major law firms, to regional and boutique firms as well, to General Counsel, the Big Four, ALSPs and Law Companies, and experts from global leading legal tech companies.
You will hear from an array of great speakers, ranging from people at major law firms, to regional and boutique firms as well, to General Counsel, the Big Four, ALSPs and Law Companies, and as you would expect, experts from some of the world’s leading legal tech companies.
Take part in this elite community that has come together to share ideas, concepts, and insights with the ultimate goal of reforming the legal industry.
Time & Location
18 Jun, 08:00 – 17:00
Bespoke at Westfield, 845 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA
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