The Legal Innovators California conference, taking place June 7 & 8 in San Francisco, is delighted to announce a range of amazing speakers from the inhouse and legal ops worlds, including representatives from Intel, Salesforce and Meta, among many others.
Speakers on the second day of the two-day legal innovation event include:
- Dorothy Cullen, Senior Director, Legal and Corporate Affairs Operations – Salesforce
- Ben Howell, Deputy General Counsel – Shell Recharge
- Jenya Moshkovich, Assistant General Counsel & Global eDiscovery Counsel – Genentech
- Julian Tsisin, Director, Head of Legal Technology, Data and Support – Meta
- Matthew Hulse, Assistant General Counsel – Intel
- Christopher Beahn, Director, Legal & Global Affairs Operations – Splunk
- Andrew Moffett, Product Lead – Legal Technology – Wayfair
And more speakers are joining every week. We are really looking forward to the two-day conference covering law firms and ALSPs on Day One, and inhouse and legal ops on Day Two, right in the heart of San Francisco on June 7 and 8.
There will be plenty to discuss and explore together! We are going through the most significant shift in legal innovation since 2015. From generative AI promising new capabilities that even a year ago were seen as impossible, to clients now under economic pressure looking at ALSPs and contract management technology not just as options, but as fundamental to their legal team’s ability to achieve their goals, to law firm innovation teams getting to grips with data science like never before. So much is happening, so much is changing, how can you keep up with the latest thinking and innovation practices, the latest product offerings, and the latest capabilities that law firms and ALSPs are now providing, and to gain insights into how inhouse teams are evolving amid a range of business challenges?
There’s one answer: come along to Legal Innovators California where the leaders of legal innovation come together! Get involved now and don’t miss out on an opportunity to be part of the conversation that is shaping the future of the legal profession, in the US and around the world.
I am really looking forward to chairing the San Francisco event again and seeing everyone, as well as engaging with the key topics of the day. If you’d like to come along you can find tickets here.
See you there!
Richard Tromans, Artificial Lawyer’s Founder and Conference Chair.
Note: If you’d like to be a speaker / sponsor at Legal Innovators California this June, or also Legal Innovators UK in London this coming November, then please contact: