Venue : ZOOM
Event Start Date : Thursday 08 October 2020
Event End Date : Thursday 08 October 2020
Event Start Time : 03:00 pm
Event End Time : 04:15 pm
Registration Start Date : Wednesday 09 September 2020
Registration End Date : Thursday 08 October 2020
Market conditions, pressure on costs and external spending, doing more whilst having your budget frozen or squeezed, maintaining quality, and facilitating self-service by the business are all factors driving digitalisation.
In-house legal teams are expected to be savvy in using LegalTech and resourcing models, with an underlying mandate to be strategic and cost-efficient. In-house teams expect law firms on their panel to embed innovation, technologies, and new modes of resourcing in their service delivery – at the same time as reducing costs and improving client experience.
The Wolters Kluwer Future Ready Lawyer Survey listed the top challenges for in-house legal teams in 2020 as reducing and controlling costs, automating routine tasks, and leveraging technology, with 82% expecting the law firms that they work with to leverage technology. Whilst, most law firms report that they have made insignificant progress in adopting technology to improve client services and to keep pace with clients’ changing needs.
Attend this webinar organized by Clarilis in conjunction with SCCA, to understand how the adoption of LegalTech (with a focus on drafting automation) is key for lawyers to increase their efficiency. Hear an interactive discussion on closing the gaps in expectations, priorities, and capabilities within and between law firms and corporate legal departments.
There will also be an opportunity to see use cases of document automation within legal departments, via a demonstration of Clarilis, at the end of the session. Including a 10 mins Q&A to hear the challenges faced by the audience in selecting and implementing LegalTech.
Lawyers will learn how the adoption of LegalTech with a focus on drafting automation is key to increase their efficiency. There will be a beneficial discussion about closing the gaps in expectations, priorities, and capabilities within and between law firms and corporate legal departments.
James is CEO of Clarilis, an intelligent drafting platform. Before Clarilis, James was a corporate tax lawyer at Slaughter and May. He also founded one of the first Alternative Business Structure (ABS) law firms.
The market leading CLARILIS drafting platform offers huge opportunities to drive operational efficiencies and enhance service delivery for law firms and in-house legal teams, not just in time saved in the drafting process, but also in terms of quality, consistency and risk mitigation.
Clarilis’ PSL-led automation team is dedicated to the implementation of automation projects. The unique combination of the CLARILIS™ platform and the experience of the Clarilis team allows Clarilis to implement and deliver fully managed automation projects that provide a solid ROI.
Jonathan is a partner at Withers KhattarWong, the Singapore office of international law firm Withersworldwide. Jonathan is a member of the Withers Tech team and has assisted tech companies in setting up in Singapore. He has particular expertise in 3 broad areas: Franchise & Licensing; Media & Entertainment; and Technology. He frequently advises media and tech companies on the creation and protection of media content and digital assets as well as the use of such content and assets on new digital platforms. His work ranges from the identification and protection of his clients’ IP assets, including processing and analysis of data, to the commercialization of their IP assets through partnerships, distributions, collaborations and licensing.
Sue Lynn holds an LL.B. and LL.M. from the University of London, and is called to the Bar of England and Wales. She is currently a non‐practising Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore, and is the General Counsel and Company Secretary of a mainboard listed company in the Singapore Exchange. Sue Lynn started off in the litigation department of a local law firm before going inhouse in 1998. She is an Associate Mediator accredited by the Singapore Mediation Centre (SMC), and is a volunteer Mediator in the State Courts, and also conducts training when called upon by SMC. Sue Lynn was previously a founding member and VP of the Singapore Corporate Counsel Association that started in 2002.
Ezra Tay has substantial fintech experience and was previously General Counsel at Capital Match, a peer-to-peer lending and invoice financing platform based in Singapore. He was also Legal and Compliance Counsel at CXA Group, an insur-tech startup based in Singapore. Tay’s professional experience spans across fintech to banks such as Credit Suisse and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China. Tay holds a Masters of Law from the National University of Singapore and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Southampton.
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