Not only is the amount of work that legal operations departments are being asked to take on increasing but it is also becoming more complex and the amount of data only continues to rise — All this while many teams are being asked to tighten their belts and reduce spend.
Minimizing the cost of data management while delivering the highest quality service to the teams that rely on legal departments is among top priorities for legal operations. Becoming a more seamless, efficient, and automated department are factors that are more critical than ever to achieving those goals.
In this session we will discuss how the strategic application of such disciplines as analytics, automation, and information governance provide an opportunity for corporate legal operations to streamline data management, optimize business processes and cut costs while maintaining if not increasing the quality of output.
New technologies and data governance practices present an innovative opportunity for you to establish your legal department as one who can do more with less and remain on the right-side of an ever-widening technological gap.
Join this webcast to hear experts discuss these strategies to manage growing legal operations demands:
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This webcast is part of the Corporate Counsel’s Legal Operators in the Time of Disruption series, designed to share insights and best practices on how to transform your legal ops team.
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|Adrienne Knight, Manager, RelativityOne Corporate Sales, Relativity. Adrienne Knight serves as the manager of the corporate sales team at Relativity. In her role, Adrienne’s team works with corporate customers to help them develop best practices around data management and eDiscovery.Adrienne has spent 7 years in the legal industry and 11 years in the software industry. Adrienne has consulted with some of the world’s largest corporations, including fortune 100 corporations, helping them centralize, organize, and manage their data. She has assisted corporations in creating repeatable, effective data management practices. She has a dedication to uncovering the best practices for risk mitigation that are unique to each organization. Adrienne is an active member in the Women in eDiscovery community.|
|Andrea Beckman, Director, Product Management, Relativity. Andrea Beckman is a director of product management at Relativity, overseeing Relativity’s review, analytics and case strategy products. She joined Relativity in 2011 and has 20 years of experience in software product management. Andrea also holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.|