How 5 LegalTech Power Users Have Transformed Their Legal Processes

Five LegalTech power users will reveal how they have radically transformed their legal processes at an exclusive event in New York.

Top legal names from Microsoft, eBay, Bain & Company, White & Case, and Community Champions will be speaking at the GC TechMasters Summit (29 January 2018) at an intimate event the night before LegalWeek NY starts.

The use of legal technology has become the standard way that in-house teams have demonstrated their strategic importance in organizations, providing clear and actionable deliverables.

This gathering will be a rare chance for an exclusive group of LegalTech Masters to meet, learn, and discover firsthand the tactics and strategies of leading in-house veterans. They will share their years of experience of using legal technology, AI, automation, and analytics.

The summit includes talks from Lucy Bassli, Assistant, GC, Legal Ops & Contracting at Microsoft; Cory Sumsion, Director, Commercial Counsel, eBay; Chris Bednar, Global Records Manager at Bain & Company; Oz Benamram at White & Case; and CJ Johnson at Community Champions.

Shmuli Goldberg, LawGeex VP of Marketing said: “The theme of the event is GC Tech Masters – industry leaders who have implemented tech sharing what they’ve learned along the way. All the talks will be practical and actionable. This won’t be a generic “what the future holds” style event we have all sat through.”

Spaces are limited but you can see more about the event here

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