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Thriving in the Post-2020 Workplace: Enhancing Collaboration and Connectivity for Remote Legal Professionals

Managing Professional Services Firms

Thursday April 29, 2021 | Original Broadcast

The Thomson Reuters Institute, in proud association with ILTA, is pleased to present the opening installment of a two-part thought leadership webinar series on technology and the modern workplace in our remote, pandemic-tinged reality.

The pandemic has dramatically forced companies and organizations to make rapid adjustments to their operating procedures, including the establishment of remote work from home arrangements for all, if not a vast majority of professional services workers. However, transitioning operations from an office environment to fully remote settings with physically dispersed teams requires agility, sound collaboration, and business continuity planning. This discussion will closely examine how new applications and innovations in remote work arrangements are successfully bringing workers “closer together” and redefining the ways legal professionals are managing business operations. Key discussion points include:

  • Cross-functional and intraorganizational collaboration while remote
  • Best practices in spurring collaboration and connectivity for disparate professionals
  • Ensuring information governance and data privacy amidst digital collaboration
  • Reimagining remote workspaces
  • Supporting a surge in work from home

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Why You Should Attend

  • This program offers comprehensive guidance for law firm business and technology professionals tasked with managing operational efficiencies
  • Our esteemed panel offers actionable takeaways for both large and small organizations
  • Attendees are invited to submit questions and share their own perspectives throughout the presentation

Who Should Attend

  • Law firm C-suite officers
  • Law firm operations and technology leaders
  • Legal operations professionals and senior staff
  • Knowledge management executives
  • Security & compliance personnel

Chair(s) and Faculty

Chair(s) Faculty
Robert Elwood
Partner and Co-Founder, Practus, LLP
Carol M. Goodman
Partner, Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Emily Neff
Southeast Region Lead, CBRE
Tiffany M. O'Neil
Director, Knowledge Management & Technology Innovation, Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP

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Thursday April 29, 2021

12:00 PM ET Thriving in the Post-2020 Workplace: Enhancing Collaboration and Connectivity for Remote Legal Professionals

The pandemic has dramatically forced companies and organizations to make rapid adjustments to their operating procedures, including the establishment of remote work from home arrangements for all, if not a vast majority of professional services workers. However, transitioning operations from an office environment to fully remote settings with physically dispersed teams requires agility, sound collaboration, and business continuity planning. This discussion will closely examine how new applications and innovations in remote work arrangements are successfully bringing workers “closer together” and redefining the ways legal professionals are managing business operations. Key discussion points include:

 

  • Cross-functional and intraorganizational collaboration while remote
  • Best practices in spurring collaboration and connectivity for disparate professionals
  • Ensuring information governance and data privacy amidst digital collaboration
  • Reimagining remote workspaces
  • Supporting a surge in work from home

Panelists:
Robert Elwood, Partner and Co-Founder, Practus, LLP
Carol M. Goodman
, Partner; Co-Chair, Litigation Department & Chair, Employment Practice, Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Emily Neff, Southeast Region Lead, CBRE
Tiffany M. O’Neil, Director of Knowledge Management & Technology Innovation, Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP

1:00 PM ET Conclusion

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