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March, 2021 - Houston, Texas

 

Now On-Demand: Digitisation, Disruption and the Legal Department of the Future

 

The Legal 500, GC Magazine & World Services Group (WSG) recently hosted an informative roundtable discussion with some of Asia Pacific's leading GCs and WSG member experts to address key topics, changes and questions surrounding use of legal technology. Over 260 senior business leaders from across the world attended the event.

Drawing on the insights from GC Magazine’s In-House Technology in Asia Pacific special edition sponsored by WSG, conversations focused on the dynamic Asia Pacific legal market’s state-funded accelerators, booming software vendor base and growing client demand for alternative legal services transforming the business of law.

To view the webinar, click here.

Key Takeaways:
• Technology’s Role in Legal Team Operations in the Next Five Years
• Trending Tools & Solutions to Increase Efficiency
• Importance of Law Firm Partners’ Technology Adoption & Offerings

Speakers:

Susan Cattell, Senior Manager of Legal Operations, AMP
Carl Watson, General Counsel, Arcadis
Machiuanna Chu, Partner, Deacons and WSG Member
Ivy Wu, Head of Legal for Greater China, DXC Technology
Per Hoffman, Vice President, Head of Legal Affairs and Sourcing, Ericsson
Tom Maasland, Partner, MinterEllisonRuddWatts and WSG Member
Greg Chew, General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer, Nanyang Technological University
Sheldon Renkema, General Manager of Legal, Wesfarmers

About World Services Group (WSG)
WSG is the leading global network comprised of elite top ranked global practice firms. With over 120 member firms in 150 jurisdictions and 23,000 individual members, WSG provides a proprietary platform for members to create relationships, expertise, and new business opportunities to better serve their practice and clients. Through innovation, cutting-edge technology and best in class service, WSG continues to grow and expand globally as the premier network for clients. For additional information, visit World Services Group.




 

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