ATLANTA – Sept. 5, 2018 —
Epiq, a global leader in the legal services industry, announced today that Carla Swansburg, vice president of Epiq, Canada will speak at the 2018 Emerging Legal Technology Forum in Toronto on Sept. 26 at the Thomson Reuters Toronto Customer Center.
Swansburg will speak on the panel, “Embracing Technophobia: Training Technologically Competent Lawyers,” at 9:15 ET. Attendees will learn about the most successful tech-focused professional development initiatives in law firms and corporate legal departments, and what strategies have or have not proven successful.
“Lawyers are working with technology more than ever before,” said Swansburg. “As technology changes, it is important for these lawyers to be competent in these various technology platforms. This program brings together a mix of industry experience and knowledge, and provides a terrific overview of changes in the legal service delivery market.”
Panelists in this session include:
- Lucy Endel Bassli, founder and principal, InnoLegal Services
- Kate Gibbons, global knowledge partner and chair, knowledge committee and thought leadership board, Clifford Chance LLP
- Sukesh Kamra, national director, knowledge management, Norton Rose Fulbright
- Meredith Mendes, executive director and chief operating officer, Jenner & Block LLP
- Jaxson Smith, senior director and legal counsel, apttus and vice chair, State Bar of Texas – Corporate Counsel Section
Epiq, a global leader in the legal services industry, takes on large-scale, increasingly complex tasks for corporate counsel, law firms, and business professionals with efficiency, clarity, and confidence. Clients rely on Epiq to streamline the administration of business operations, class action and mass tort, court reporting, eDiscovery, regulatory, compliance, restructuring, and bankruptcy matters. Epiq subject-matter experts and technologies create efficiency through expertise and deliver confidence to high-performing clients around the world. Learn more at www.epiqglobal.com.
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