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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.”

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