Wed, Jun 23 | Online Webinar

Nothing Artificial About the Intelligence, the Human Side of LPM

People, process, and technology are all important components of project management in any industry, especially legal. Yes, processes must be developed and technology appropriately positioned to allow for efficient project management...
Registration is Closed
Nothing Artificial About the Intelligence, the Human Side of LPM

Time & Location

Jun 23, 12:00 PM
Online Webinar

About the Event

Moderator: Kevin Shine, Director of Projects, Factor

Panelists: 

V. Basil Fedorchenko, Senior Legal Project Manager, Perkins Coie

Fabricio (Fab) Vayra, Partner, Perkins Coie

Ryan Baum, Senior Program Manager, Legal Business Operations, Google

People, process, and technology are all important components of project management in any industry, especially legal. Yes, processes must be developed and technology appropriately positioned to allow for efficient project management; but it is difficult to overstate the importance of an individual’s role in a robust LPM environment. This fact is becoming increasingly apparent based on the growing investment into project management positions for both law firms and clients alike. 

Yet despite these investments into additional personnel by each party, both firms (65%) and law departments (64%) agree that an insufficient amount of communication and feedback is shared, according to a 2020 law department survey conducted by the Blickstein Group and the Legal Value Network.  

As a matter’s scope evolves, how can legal departments, law firms, and business partners effectively manage scope, financial expectations, and resources, all while providing an appropriate level of communication, even when significant matter uncertainty exists? 

Join us as our diverse panel of speakers walk through real-world client/firm encounters and provide insights into how your team can elevate your project management efforts.

Share This Event