CIOs Look to Tech Skills to Sustain Legal Industry
A panel of chief innovation officers at this year’s Legalweek will offer insight into their duties and how they find success in their new titles in an evolving legal industry.
The chief innovation officer position has varying duties based on a company’s or law firm’s needs, but CIOs say one of the position’s biggest roles is ensuring lawyers aren’t left behind in a technologically advancing and diversifying world.
Two current CIOs and a legal technology manager are scheduled to speak during “Innovative Law Departments: New Roles Highlight the Importance of Innovation in Law Departments,” a Legalweek panel Jan. 30. The trio will discuss what their individual duties are and how they measure their role’s success in the hype-filled realm of “innovation.”
The speakers include: Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. chief legal innovation counsel Farrah Pepper; Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe chief legal innovation officer Wendy Curtis; and Amy Hinzmann, Consilio LLC client experience officer.
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