For nearly two decades, enterprise legal management (ELM) has focused on matter management and spend management. It’s fair to say that effective ELM platforms were, and still are, good at what they do best – only matter and spend management.
There has been a distinct paradigm shift and evolutionary branching off from those older ELM systems. Today, the most effective ELM platforms facilitate engagement, are focused on “process,” offer an environment where the user experience is crucial and can be augmented to manage other legal processes. Today’s definition of ELM includes all of the following tasks — contract management, legal service requests, NDAs, and legal holds (to name a few).
This session will highlight how innovative legal departments have acknowledged the evolutionary ELM paradigm shift and have implemented solutions to get ahead of the curve.
- Julie Lee, Sr. Director, Legal Operations and CLO Chief of Staff, Equinix
- David Cambria, Global Director of Operations – Law, Compliance and Government Relations, Archer Daniels Midland Company
- Matt DenOuden, Vice President of Global Sales, Onit