Webinar: Digitizing your legal services – how law firms are adapting in today’s world

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Webinar: Digitizing your legal services – how law firms are adapting in today’s world

Date: Friday 29th May

Time: 12pm EST / 5pm BST


In the current operating environment legal teams are faced with an unprecedented challenge in reaching clients and maintaining high-value advice and service delivery.

Law firms & corporate legal departments are having to rethink their traditional service delivery models and look to technology to serve their clients online, 24/7.

In this ILTA webinar, Neota Logic will be giving you an overview of their leading no-code automation platform that allows users to rapidly design online legal services.

Neota’s clients, BCLP, will discuss new challenges law firms may be facing that can be overcome through digitizing legal services as well as showcasing their latest COVID-19 application that was built in the Neota platform. This application helps people impacted by COVID-19 identify the bare minimum requirements for execution of wills, trusts & powers of attorney.



Dennis Rasmussen, Director of Client Engagement & Solutions at Neota Logic

Kristi Smith, Senior Manager of Expert Systems and US Automation at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Stephanie Moll, Partner at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

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