Catherine Davey and Jason McQuillen, Law Department Transformation specialists from PwC New Law Services team in London will be cohosting a breakfast seminar to share with you insights on what law departments globally are doing to transform the way they operate and equip themselves to become more technology enabled to better drive value for the businesses they serve.
Mariusz Kamiński and Łukasz Łyczko from PwC Legal Warsaw office will discuss legal challenges under the Polish law resulting from application of various technological concepts as well as certain LegalTech solutions.
The growth and increased profile of in-house law departments has led to greater scrutiny of how they can operate more efficiently and the need to look at more efficient resourcing models, from non-legally trained staff, to lawyers in lower cost locations and outsourcing. In addition, there has been a recent explosion in legal technology (LawTech) which is further fuelling this disruption of the traditional legal services market.
We would like to run an anonymous survey to better understand your needs and challenges so kindly request that you complete the following 10 short questions. We will play the answers back to you on an anonymous basis so you can benchmark yourselves against each other and start to identify where opportunities may lie for your law department.
Free of charge participation package is available only with preliminary registration at PwC website before 21st May. The event will be conducted in English.
Please note the number of participants is limited. PwC Legal reserves the right to reject the registration of the participants who do not correspond to the conference audience criteria. PwC is entitled to cancel or postpone the event.