Tech & Litigation: 
Shifting Paradigms

Masterclass Panel Discussion Series

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A masterclass series you can't miss!

LexisNexis Canada is pleased to present the second masterclass panel discussion in our series: Tech & Litigation, Shifting Paradigms.

Join our expert panelists on September 29 as they discuss how technology has transformed the work of in-house departments and external counsel in Canada. 


Event theme

Legal Operations and how technology can help legal departments manage legal spend and outside counsel

Expert panel


Melissa LaFlair
Director, Legal Operations
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board
@melissa_laflair

Dana Zuech
AVP, Legal Operations
Sun Life
@DanaZuech

Robert Ambrogi
Lawyer, media, and
technology professional
@bobambrogi

Shaya Silber
Pricing Counsel,
Legal Innovator at Blakes
@shayasilber
  • Melissa LaFlair - Director, Legal Operations at Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)  
  • Dana Zuech - AVP, Legal Operations at Sun Life  
  • Robert Ambrogi - Journalist, Lawyer & Mediator;  (Lawsites,  AbovetheLaw) 
  • Shaya Silber - Pricing Counsel, Legal Innovator at Blakes

Discussion points 

  1. What is legal operations and how has it changed legal departments?  

  1. How can technology and process improvements increase the effectiveness of in-house lawyers?  

  1. Legal data and analytics as a tool for in-house counsel  

  1. Best practices for selecting, retaining and managing outside counsel and legal spend  

Program details

  • Wednesday, September 29, 2021  
  • 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. ET  
  • Live Zoom webinar - use the form on this page to register  
  • The event admission is FREE for all legal professionals from all Canadian jurisdictions  
  • Qualifies for 1 CPD hour  

Coming up - next event in the series

December 1, Technology driving change in Canadian court systems

Details about the panelists and event agenda will be available soon. Register using the form on this page.


Masterclass discussion panel series

Review the topics scheduled for the next events in the series in the table below. Use the form on this page to pre-register.

Tech & Litigation: Shifting Paradigms - Series Topics

Event date

1

The impact and transformative influence of AI on the legal industry

July 7, 2021

2

Legal Operations and how technology can help legal departments manage legal spend and outside counsel 

September 29, 2021

3

Technology driving change in Canadian court systems

February 23, 2022

4

The evolution of legal tech in other common law systems around the world impacting Canada

March 2, 2022

 


CPD Hours

LexisNexis has been approved as an Accredited Provider of Professionalism Content by the Law Society of OntarioLexisNexis Canada has been approved as an Accredited Provider of Substantive and Professionalism Content.

Each event in this series is accredited for 1.0 CPD hour eligible for all Canadian jurisdictions. Eligibility may vary based on provincial regulations. Please claim in accordance with your law society reporting requirements for CPD.

 


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