Business Intelligence and Analytics in the Legal Profession: April 27, 2017

Business Intelligence and Analytics in the Legal Profession
April 27, 2017 – New York, NY

How analytics are being used to accelerate productivity across key firm dimensions –

driving the development of standards, metrics and processes reflective of the firm’s broader business strategy
Featuring key contributions and candid viewpoints from:

John Alber, Practical Futurist

Kevin Eddy, Chief Practice Management Officer, Osler Hoskin & Harcourt

Linda Novosel, Chief Pricing & LPM Officer, Steptoe & Johnson

Steven Petrie, Chief Strategy Officer, Faegre Baker Daniels

Rebecca Holdredge, Practice Economics Attorney Manager, Bryan Cave

Meredith Williams, Chief Knowledge Management Officer, Baker Donelson

Mark Greene, Chief Marketing Officer, Lewis Roca Rothgerber

Lann Wasson, Associate Director Legal Project Management, Husch Blackwell

Cheri Turner, Financial Systems Director, Holland & Knight

Jean O’Grady, Sr. Director of Information, Research & Knowledge Management, DLA Piper

Peter Kaomea, Chief Information Officer, Sullivan & Cromwell

Jordan Peterson, Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis, Crowell & Moring

Shawn Koupal, Global Director, Digital Marketing & Operations, Shearman & Sterling

Svetlana Grigoryeva, Manager, Application Development & Architecture, Shearman & Sterling

Shawn Hainsworth, Senior Architect, Developer & Programmer, Cooley

Tom Jones, President, Iridium Technology

Go HERE to view the full agenda

Ark Group’s 6th annual Business Intelligence and Analytics in the Legal Profession conference will once again provide an ideal platform for discussion and debate concerning how analytic tools can be leveraged to accelerate productivity and analysis across key firm dimensions.

Do law firms today possess the knowledge and understanding to properly assess the opportunity that lies before them? How can we collectively become informed enough to apply these tools in the context of what our work and clients demand? What specific skills are critical to this endeavor, and which skills are we missing (and how do we fill those gaps)?

Suggested Reading: Law Firm KM: Driving Practice Innovation and Redefining Service Delivery