Legal ops leaders share their experiences and expert advice on leveraging technology solutions to transform legal ops in Wednesday’s CLOC Ask the Experts Onna webinar!
This Wednesday, August 17th, Onna will host the webcast CLOC Ask the Experts: How to Redefine and Promote the Unique value of Legal Ops in the Enterprise at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10:00am PT). Hear from seasoned legal ops leaders from Netflix, Oracle and Onna as they share their experiences and expert advice on how to leverage technology solutions to transform legal ops from a back-office function to a strategic leadership position in this CLOC Ask the Experts webinar.
- Jenn McCarron (Moderator), Director of Legal Operations & Technology at Netflix
- Laura Fichet, Legal Operations – eDiscovery Program Manager at Oracle
- Brian Hupp, Senior Strategist & Consultant at Onna
Doing more with less is the mantra for today’s legal departments. Under pressure to squeeze efficiencies out of resources, innovative legal professionals are increasingly looking to the modern tech stack to maximize the value of the information they manage, and in doing so, have the potential to bring untapped value to the broader business. That’s why so many organizations today are applying legal ops to so many legal technology disciplines. With that in mind, check out the CLOC Ask the Experts webinar here this Wednesday to find out more!
So, what do you think? Are you looking for ways to better leverage legal ops within your organization? If so, consider attending the webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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