Innovation in Practice: People, Process and Technology

In Innovation in Practice: People, Process and Technology, you will hear from panelists from an in-house legal department, law school and law firm discuss the skills necessary to keep up with exponential changes in the legal industry and how to develop the talent needed to deliver innovation. Insights will also include best practices in the evaluation, deployment, and adoption of technology within organizations.

Join us:

Wednesday, October 24th
2:00pm – 2:30pm ET

Free Registration

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn practical tips on how to bring innovation to legal services
  • Discover the key elements of innovation initiatives
  • Hear best practices in the evaluation, deployment, and adoption of technology
  • Understand the building blocks necessary to be successful

Daryl Shetterly, Director of Orrick Analytics

Daryl manages a team of 20+ tech-savvy staff attorneys, 100+ contract attorneys, assistants that handle project management, analysts that perform big data analysis and statistical modeling, and technologists that build bots, scripts, and tools that increase quality and reduce human effort. Daryl’s team designs processes, workflows, and templates that are used by dedicated project managers to deliver project plans and enable data-driven budgeting and decision-making. As an early adopter of artificial intelligence and machine learning, Daryl’s team uses technology to augment due diligence and drafting tasks, TAR and continuous active learning for eDiscovery, and advanced tools for concept and sentiment analysis.

Daryl’s mission is straightforward: enhance accuracy, speed, and security of scalable legal work, generate insights specific to the engagement and reduce client cost.

Jim Lupo Professor of Practice Director, Center for Practice Engagement and Innovation at Northwestern University School of Law

Jim joined the Northwestern Law faculty in 2003. While in private practice, he handled complex commercial litigation matters on behalf of insurance companies and other financial institutions. His cases included risk management disputes involving non-medical malpractice liability, directors and officers’ coverage, environmental impairment exposure and risk sharing litigation. Additionally, Jim taught legal writing and advocacy at Loyola University Chicago School of Law where he also lectured in contracts for Loyola’s Business Law Institute. His area of research interest is in exploring the relationships between legal rhetoric, judicial decision-making and social change.

Tariq Abdullah, Senior Director, Legal Operations and Data & Analytics at Walmart

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Please note: this is a non-CLE session.
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