Corporate Counsel and Compliance ExchangeApril 25–26, 2019 | London, UK
The Corporate Counsel and Compliance Exchange brings together 80 of the leading General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officers to discover new ideas and make new connections over an immersive two-day event. Immerse yourself in interactive group discussions, lively panel debates and one on one meetings focused on finding solutions and strategies to the highest priority changes to include:
- Cultural transformation of the legal sector
- Living with GDPR
- Proactive risk management
- Becoming a driving force for innovation in the company
- Driving efficiency of the legal department with the latest legal technology
ACC XchangeApril 28–30, 2019 | Minneapolis, MN
Association of Corporate Counsel’s Xchange 2019 (X19) will be its second largest in-person program, attracting 500-600 rising law department executives. e target market for this program is general counsel, deputy general counsel, legal operations leaders and rising mid-career corporate counsel from a wide variety of industries with varying responsibilities. The curriculum is a mix of cutting-edge technology solutions for the in-house law department, leadership development modules as well as advanced programming addressing investigations/litigation/arbitration and transactions. Sessions will include guidance concerning establishing appropriate operational policies, best practices, coupled with strategic considerations and real-life examples based on experience, highlighting the particular challenges/opportunities encountered. Case studies will aid this type of learning.
ACC Europe Annual ConferenceMay 12–14, 2019 | Edinburgh, Scotland
Join in-house colleagues from across Europe and further afield to celebrate, in Edinburgh, over a quarter of a century of ACC Europe’s growth.There has been an evolution in the role of the in-house lawyer over the last 25 years: from legal advisor to trusted advisor to change agent and strategic business partner. The evolution is ongoing. In three dynamic tracks (lead yourself/lead the business/lead the law), delegates in Edinburgh will have the opportunity to broaden the skills necessary to succeed and keep up with constant change.
CLOC 2019 InstituteMay 14–16, 2019 | Las Vegas, NV
The goal of the CLOC Institute is to disseminate actionable steps that can be taken to drive specific changes — things many can get excited about, get involved in, and make happen, rather than just talking about a tipping point and “change.” With educational sessions provided by practicing industry leaders, the CLOC 2019 Institute offers unrivaled opportunities to stay on the cutting edge of today’s legal operations trends and technologies.
CLOC Institute SessionMay 15, 2019 | Las Vegas, NV
A Platform Power Play: Why Workflow is Critical
Wednesday, May 15
The Bellagio Hotel
One of the key areas where law department operation professionals are seeking operational wins is by automating legal and business processes. Legal teams today are being asked to do more with less resources but they need software to augment this challenge. A powerful platform can not only meet their growing workflow and business needs but it can help with collaboration, transaction management (i.e. contracts, matters, invoices, etc.) and reporting capabilities.
Learn how why a platform approach is the right decision for today’s legal team. We will discuss how to drive change with process efficiencies to manage its legal operations. The presentation will highlight the following:
- The rational of a platform versus point solutions
- How automating workflows gives a better view of all on-going business transactions
- Lessons learned from the selection and implementation process
- Early results from gaining visibility into their legal operations
- Matt DenOuden, VP of Global Sales, Onit (Moderator)
- Matthew Burdman, GLO Finance Manager, Colgate-Palmolive Company
- Chris Ochs, Director of Outside Counsel Management Global Legal Solutions, Citigroup
ILTACON 2019August 18–22, 2019 | Orlando, FL
ILTACON is a four-day educational conference that draws on the personal and collective strengths of professionals working in technology within law firms and legal departments. ILTACON will empower us to share what works, what doesn’t and the tools to face challenges now and in the future. All educational content is developed by a conference committee of 40+ peers.