Telstra: Discovering the Art of the Possible with Legal Service Automation
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With several areas of legal work defined by manual and repetitive tasks, being able to identify multiple use-cases for automation is the cornerstone to delivering greater value to the business, getting the most out of your technology licenses, and perhaps even building the initial business case for adoption.
Hear from Scott Smalley, Innovative Service Delivery Lead at Telstra, and Evan Wong, CEO & Co-Founder at Checkbox, as they share techniques on identifying use-cases for automation and explore the endless possibilities of how in-house legal teams have transformed their legal service delivery.
- Creating an innovation culture and operating rhythm for your legal department.
- Strategies on how to identify use-cases for automation within your organisation.
- Example of automation use-cases developed by Telstra, including document automation, intake & triage, and legal advice.
- What we can learn from our legal operations peers in the United States on automation within the legal department.
Checkbox Power User & Paralegal, BlueScopeEvan 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.
Global IP Counsel, BlueScopeBrian Hupp is a Senior Strategist & Consultant with UpLevel Ops, a boutique consulting firm specializing in providing legal operations assessments and services. Brian was a founding member of the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium and served for many years on the CLOC board of directors.
Leveraging experience from over 25 years in the legal industry, Brian has made a career of building corporate legal operations functions from the ground up, and has served as director of legal operations and Chief of Staff to the GC at Electronic Arts and Dolby Laboratories, and as the first Head of Legal Operations at Facebook.