Learn from the champions of workflow automation - A new webinar / podcast series by Checkbox

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Evan Wong, CEO & Co-Founder at Checkbox

Stephanie Corey, CEO & Co-Founder at UpLevelOps, Co-Founder of CLOC and former Chief of Staff, Sr. Director of Legal Operations at Hewlett-Packard, VMWare and Flex

Date & Time

February 8th 11am PT | 2PM ET

Join us to discuss the 4 Core Legal Ops Technology Capabilities and how to navigate prioritizing new technology for your team’s unique circumstances and business strategic outcomes in 2024. We’ll cover:

• How to identify the roadblocks, challenges and priorities of your Legal Ops department

• Understanding the long-term Legal Ops strategies, processes, technologies for achieving key business outcomes

• The 4 cornerstone technology of legal ops defined by Gartner

• How to get started with designing your 2024 Legal Ops strategic roadmap

Evan Wong

CEO & Co-Founder, Checkbox

Evan Wong is the CEO & Co-Founder of Checkbox, a 14x award-winning no code workflow automation platform, and is a listed Forbes 30 Under 30. Evan has worked with many legal teams globally on their digital transformation projects by leveraging the power of no code automation and his expertise in developing digital solutions to solve business process problems. Through this work, he has helped redefine how lawyers conduct intake and triage, generate documents, provide advice, and facilitate workflows, with a focus on applying innovation with ruthless practicality.

Stephanie Corey

Stephanie Corey - CEO & Co-Founder - UpLevel Ops

Stephanie Corey is a CEO and Co-founder of UpLevel Ops and a widely respected veteran in Legal Operations with areas of expertise in Information Technology, System Implementations, Process Analysis and Improvements, Finance, Communications, and Administration. She is also the Co-Founder of CLOC and former Chief of Staff, Sr. Director of Legal Operations at leading companies, including Hewlett-Packard, VMWare and Flex.

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