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On Monday 3 rd October, in sponsorship with Kim Technologies, Absolute and Tessian, ILTA hosted its third ‘Women in Legal Technology event’. The aim of these events is to build a community for women in Legal Technology. The topic for this event was work/life balance in this post-Covid world and how to make hybrid-working work for you and your teams. The event was hosted by Nina Gratrick (Global Services Technology Delivery Director for Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP); she was joined by a panel that included Melody Easton (VP of Marketing at Kim Technologies), Annette Brown (Head of IT at Milbank), Kerry Angel (Head of IT Service Delivery at Withersworldwide) ...
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On Wednesday 23 rd March, in sponsorship with Prosperoware, ILTA hosted its second ‘Women in Legal Tech event’. The aim of these events is to build a community for women in Legal Technology. The first event, in November 2021, was very well received and had focused on Leadership; the topic for this event was Imposter Syndrome. The event was due to be hosted by Nina Gratrick (Global Services Technology Delivery Director for Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP) but unfortunately she was unable to attend due to illness. The panel was lead by Melody Easton (Marketing Director of Prosperoware) and she was joined by Annette Brown (Head of IT at Milbank) and Sam Jefferies ...
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Hello all, please find below a list of content/educational events ILTA Staff and volunteers would like to highlight for members in Europe. This list will be updated every two weeks. If I have missed an event or resource you would like to include please let me know. Quarterly Content Digests from ILTA Q4 2021 Content List Q3 2021 Content List Q2 2021 Content List Q1 2021 Content List Upcoming Events ILTA Europe - IT Education SIG & GDLN Joint-Meeting 29 March (online) Women Who Lead Roadshow - Stop 1, 30th March (online) Mastering Microsoft Teams Event , 4-5 May (online) Recordings (Recently added) ...
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Thank you to our event partner Prosperoware and to our guest presenters for delivering an insightful three part series on Microsoft Teams. In case you missed it, you can catch up using the links to each session below. Session 1: Challenges & Best Practices of Provisioning & Governing Microsoft Teams . View the session here The rapid adoption of Microsoft Teams has facilitated the need to think of provisioning and managing Teams securely, with governance in mind. This session discusses how organisations can: Quickly deploy Teams with a comprehensive governance model​ Identify and locate Teams & Channels for Matters ...
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Kate Boyd of Kira Systems has blogged about ILTA's recent London event on the subject of machine learning: Kira Systems recently had the pleasure of sponsoring an ILTA Lunch and Learn session, hosted by Clyde & Co in London, UK. In this session, moderated by Richard Tromans of Artificial Lawyer, a panel of Kira customers, discussed how Kira has helped their respective firms optimize legal service delivery, be more competitive through the use of technology and meet client demands more effectively. The session kicked off with a quick discussion of the shifting legal landscape, the different technologies law firms might consider as part of their ...
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Following on from our recent London event on GDPR, I'm pleased to share the following blog from RAVN The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force on 25 th May 2018. The Regulations apply to organisations processing personal data within the European Union, as well as those outside the EU that offer goods or services to EU citizens. Personal data means any information related to a natural person or ‘Data Subject’ that can be used to directly or indirectly identify that person. But what impact will this have on the businesses that the GDPR applies to? In a nutshell, businesses must: Comply with more arduous obligations on how data is ...
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