Capital raising and IPOs: the integral role of in-house legal

Raising capital through venture rounds and IPOs is a huge undertaking for any business, placing a particularly heavy burden on in-house legal teams in addition to their day-to-day workload. Join us for this dynamic chat where we’ll hear from experienced legal leaders who have led their business and team through these events. We’ll chat about… Read More »

How Co-op implemented a workspace approach to legal operations

Join us for this online session where Andrew Hay, Head Of Operations Legal & Secretariat at Co-op, will share his insights on how he has led operational change for the Co-op in-house legal team. Lengthy implementation and trouble gaining user adoption can be frequent barriers to adopting legal technology. But with the right tools and… Read More »

How to keep up with the regulatory demands of highly regulated industries

Highly regulated industries face increasing complexities and constantly changing regulatory demands, putting pressure on the in-house legal team to keep pace in a dynamic environment. In this webinar, KPMG and Opal Healthcare join us to discuss how to navigate these demands by prioritizing strategic work, constantly evaluating business needs, and organizing data for accurate reporting… Read More »

How to thrive in a recession: four steps for in-house legal

In the uncertain economic climate, legal teams are feeling additional pressure to optimize efficiency and find cost-effective solutions. It’s time to get prepared so legal can survive and thrive. In this webinar, we introduce a new framework designed for in-house legal - The Connected Legal Function - and discuss how it can help legal prepare… Read More »

Be more productive

According to the The 2022 In-house Legal Technology Report, 67% of legal professionals say that time spent on manual, administrative tasks takes time away from working on larger business goals. Growing workloads, greater complexity and a changing business environment are constantly adding to that volume of tasks – causing teams even more roadblocks to the strategic work that in-house legal… Read More »

Be more engaged

Once you have established greater legal team productivity, the next step to becoming a more Connected Legal Function is optimizing engagement with the wider business. Technology can help by creating a space that streamlines the interactions between legal and business, promotes self service, and ensures your team can collaborate with all the information you need… Read More »

Be proactive and impactful

Now that you have more time as a result of productivity gains, and stronger engagement with the business, you have the opportunity to work in a more proactive and impactful way. In the final webinar of the series, we’ll show you how you can use tech to proactively manage one of your most important areas… Read More »

How LawVu is helping legal teams manage post-pandemic resource constraints

“LawVu has saved us an immense amount of time due to numerous features it has but the big one is the full-text search functionality.” Matt Pentz, Assistant Town Attorney, Cary, NC In this webinar, Matt Pentz, Assistant Town Attorney at Cary, NC, joins us to discuss how to navigate the increasing workloads and needs of… Read More »

The 2023 In-house Legal Technology Report

Curious about the trends impacting in-house legal professionals? Join us for this 30-minute short and snappy webinar where we will present the 2023 In-House Legal Tech Report. Join Duc Tran, Senior Manager at EY Law – Legal Function Consulting, and Shaun Plant, Chief Legal Evangelist at LawVu, to: Be the first to discover the newest… Read More »

Supercharged contract & matter management

Join us for this webinar to see firsthand how LawVu customer IMT Insurance is managing matters and contracts together to get time back and action contracts faster. The LawVu team will also demonstrate new cutting-edge AI capabilities that supercharge contract and matter management so you can action contracts even faster, freeing up legal to focus… Read More »