Date: 16 June
Time: 11am – 12pm Eastern Time
Automation in the legal industry is becoming increasingly common. Still, there’s plenty of confusion and even a little mystery surrounding the topic. In this webinar, Womble Bond Dickinson’s US Knowledge Management team members will share their thoughts on ‘everyday automation’ and how they incorporate Neota’s app-development platform into existing processes successfully.
The key takeaways from this webinar:-
- Best practices in becoming strategic problem solvers
- Things to consider including support & maintenance
- The importance of strong relationships with your technology vendors
Neota Logic will join Womble Bond Dickinson to expand on the benefits of using their app development platform in a law firm setting.
This webinar will be hosted alongside ILTA.
Jonathan Jochem – Director, Markets & Growth, Americas – Neota Logic
Before joining Neota Logic, Jonathan has spent 24 years teaching, consulting, and selling for legal technology companies. First, with ProLaw Software that Thomson Reuters later acquired, he automated corporate legal departments and government agencies. During his time with Thomson Reuters, Jonathan worked with hundreds of clients to improve their legal software systems, including the California Department of Justice and Farmers Insurance. More recently, he worked with startup legal technology companies to introduce platform as a service (PaaS) solutions into corporate legal and government organizations.
Stephen Chan – Director of Knowledge Solutions – Womble Bond Dickinson
Stephen collaborates with lawyers, IT professionals, and vendors to design systems that help our attorneys work smarter and more efficiently. His professional background includes working as a paralegal, an attorney, and a librarian at Campbell University School of Law. Stephen holds master’s degrees in Library Science and Educational Media and a Juris Doctorate degree from the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law.
Melanie Segreaves – Solutions Analyst – Womble Bond Dickinson
As a solutions analyst on Womble Bond Dickinson’s KM Team, Melanie works in the trenches with attorneys and staff to automate a wide range of tasks essential to firm business. She has played an integral role in expanding the use of Neota Logic and was responsible for several firm-wide applications deployed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Melanie is a former member of the firm’s Client Development department and brings over 15 years of sales and marketing experience to the KM Team.