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Reducing Risk in Remote Legal Operations

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 56 minutes
Recorded Date: October 26, 2020
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  • Introductions and Experiences
  • Business continuity
  • The Tools We Use
  • Security Risks
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: October 26, 2020


With the switch to a remote workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many legal teams have been forced to rely on convoluted and outdated systems to manage contracts and legal agreements. This has led to missed deadlines, lost opportunities, and unacceptable levels of risk for organizations, including security and compliance risk.

In this session we will break down the key risks exposed by remote work and how cloud-based, automated contract management can help legal teams:
  • Reduce contractual and compliance risk with automated notifications, configurable approval workflows, and full audit trails
  • Eliminate confusion and needless communication in contract lifecycle management when colleagues are working remotely
  • Offer specific examples on how CLM can boost transparency, efficiency, and revenue in organizations
  • Tighten security with all data secured in a single, cloud-based solution

This program was recorded on Monday, October 26th, 2020.

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Lisa Lang

General Counsel
Kentucky State University

Lisa K. Lang currently serves as the General Counsel for Kentucky State University, a role she has had for three years. Lisa first began her career as a lawyer working as an associate attorney specializing in insurance defense for a law firm in Louisville, Kentucky.

She left that firm in 2008 to work for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. She first worked in the Office of the Attorney General as an Assistant Attorney General and then for the Kentucky Department of Education in a variety of in-house counsel roles until taking her current position at Kentucky State.

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Tracy Kraft

Director of Marketing
Kraft & Kennedy

Tracy plans and oversees the implementation of marketing and branding strategies at Kraft Kennedy. She is an expert in experiential marketing and manages the firm’s digital strategy and partner relations. Tracy has held this post for six years, where she has been able to contribute unique insight gained from working closely with each practice group over her 15 years with Kraft Kennedy.

Prior to joining Kraft Kennedy, Tracy managed the Law Offices of Goodhue Arons & Neary, and held Hospitality Management roles in the hotel and restaurant industry. Tracy is an active participant in the International Refugee Assistance Program, the Hunts Point Alliance for Children, and the Wolf Conservation Center.

She graduated from Tulane University with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. She lives with her husband and three children in the woods of Waccabuc, New York.

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Kim Metrick

VP, Employment Law, Legal Operations & Investigations
Walgreens Boots Alliance

Kim Metrick is Vice President, Employment Law, Legal Operations and Investigations for the Walgreen Company, the nation’s largest drugstore chain with more than 8,000 pharmacies across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Kim began her career with Walgreens in 1995 as a Senior Attorney. She has held various management positions throughout her career with Walgreens. In her current role, Kim is responsible for leading a team of employment law and employee benefit attorneys and legal staff professionals engaged in a broad based national employment and accessibility law practice. Together they work with Business Leaders and Human Resources to support employment decisions that reduce risk and drive business objectives. Kim also oversees the Global Legal Operations and Investigations Functions at Walgreens. Prior to joining Walgreens, Kim was an associate with the law firm of Ross and Hardies (now McGuire Woods).

Kim holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and a Juris Doctorate degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Kim is a frequent speaker on employment law topics and is active in various community service organizations. A longtime advocate of diversity within the legal industry, she is the immediate past President of the Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in Law. Her work to advance women’s initiatives was also recognized by Best Lawyers magazine where she was awarded a Woman of Influence award in 2017. This year, Kim was awarded the 2018 Walgreen Champion of Champions Legal Division Engagement Award, an award that recognizes team members who best demonstrate the Walgreens mission to champion everyone’s right to be happy and healthy. She was the 2018 recipient of the Women’s Bar Foundation Rise Up and Reach Back award for her contributions to the legal profession and efforts to advance women’s initiatives in law.

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