Smart Collaboration: Why Creating a Shared Space Matters in Disruptive Times


On-Demand Webcast

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*This presentation will immediately follow the Keynote webcast Transforming Legal Operations Unit Into An Internal Partner in Challenging Times.

Effective collaboration has always been key to achieving optimal productivity in an increasingly complex world. The onset of the coronavirus pandemic has not only made the world more complex but has also increased the pressure on teams to maintain productivity and business continuity goals without the benefit of physical proximity.

Corporate legal teams, in particular, have always navigated a complex maze of inside and outside counsel, contract attorneys, paralegals, witnesses, internal departments, and executives, among others. Today, to ensure successful outcomes, they must collaborate with those teams virtually to manage litigation disputes, internal investigations, regulatory requirements, legal holds, and data privacy matters.

In this session, we will explore:

  • The value and methods of effective digital collaboration
  • How to avoid communication silos
  • How technology can create a shared space for collaboration and efficient decision-making among complex legal teams and workflows
  • Key questions that legal operations teams should ask when evaluating technology solutions


This webcast is part of the Corporate Counsel’s Legal Operations in the Time of Disruption series, designed to share insights and best practices on how to transform your legal ops team.


Featured Speakers:

AJ Shankar



AJ Shankar is CEO and Co-Founder of Everlaw, an ediscovery technology company based in Berkeley, CA.

AJ has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from UC Berkeley and an A.B. in Applied Mathematics/Computer Science from Harvard University.


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