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VISUALIZE THE ROAD FORWARD
2020 FUTURES CONFERENCE
OCTOBER 7-9, 2020Coming to Fellows Across the Globe Virtually
We’re are so grateful for our generous College of Law Practice Management Sponsors, without whom this conference and all of the works of the College would not be feasible.
Friday, October 9, 11:00a-3:45p CDT
Data and Data AnalyticsKeynote Presentation by David Cunningham
The Legal Industry’s Role in Diversity and Inclusion and the Rule of LawInterview with Hon. Tanya R. Kennedy
As flexible, adaptable and creative as everyone has had to be in business and life during 2020, the College of Law Practice Management 2020 Futures Conference - Visualize the Road Forward will push attendees to even greater heights.
Register today! See the full agenda.
*Given this is a virtual event, all times listed are approximate.
College of Law Practice Management 2020 Futures Conference
Wednesday, October 7, 6:00p-8:15p CDT
Celebrating the COLPM 2020 New Fellows
Thursday, October 8, 11:00a-1:45p CDT
Innovation ExecutionKeynote Presentation by Prof. Richard Susskind
In the College’s first-ever virtual annual meeting and Futures Conference, the stage is set for keynotes from these legal industry visionaries.
Susskind is the world’s most cited author on the future of legal services. He is President of the Society for Computers and Law, Chair of the Advisory Board of the Oxford Internet Institute, the founder of Remote Courts Worldwide (remotecourts.org), and, since 1998, has been Technology Adviser to the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales. He has written numerous books, including The Future of the Law (1996), Transforming the Law (2000), The End of Lawyers? (2008), The Future of the Professions (2015, with D Susskind) Tomorrow’s Lawyers (2013, 2017), and Online Courts and the Future of Justice (2019).
David Cunningham is Chief Information Office at Winston & Strawn and is the Founder of Legal Metrics, a recently launched progressive consortium of law firms, law companies, legal departments, and other leaders to agree, visualize, and share the legal industry metrics that define effectiveness, efficiency, value, and good working relationships. Legal Metrics leaders are 100+ strong and growing.
Session: Innovation Execution
Session: Driving our Best Decisions requires Data and Data Analytics
Session: Legal Industry’s Role in Diversity and Inclusion and The Rule of Law
Professor Richard Susskind, OBE
Hon. Tanya R. KennedyHon. Tanya R. Kennedy was recently appointed as an Associate Justice of the Appellate Division, First Department by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. Justice Kennedy has served as a Justice of the Supreme Court, New York County, since January 2016, after election in November 2015. She was elected to Civil Court in November 2005 and thereafter served in Criminal Court (January 2006-September 2008), Civil Court (September 2008-December 2009), Family Court (January 2010-December 2010), as Acting Supreme Court Justice (January 2011-December 2012) and as Supervising Judge of Civil Court, New York County (January 2014-December 2015).
Justice Kennedy is past president of the National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ). During Justice Kennedy’s term as NAWJ President, the organization convened cutting-edge legal education for the bench, bar and community to address cybersecurity and the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, the dark web and virtual currencies, e-discovery, bail reform, the opioid crisis, mental wellness, dementia in the courtroom, as well as engaging millennials and building a personal brand. After organizing a Legislative Caucus on Capitol Hill to focus on ensuring a healthy work environment free of sexual harassment, Justice Kennedy led NAWJ in trademarking “#WETOO IN THE LEGAL WORKPLACE.”
Following each thought-provoking Keynote, an all-star cast of College Fellows and Industry Leaders will host small group, concurrent Collaboration Sessions to capture actionable ideas around:
Innovation and Great ideas are useless without execution!
Following the Collaboration discussions, attendees will return to center stage to hear the key action items generated on each topic during each Collaboration Sessions. Fellows and legal industry leaders will leave the Virtual Conference with takeaways on more than 30 crowd-sourced discussion topics.
Sessions Focused on Collaboration to Visualize the Road Forward
Sharing the Visions for the Road Forward
16 Different Innovation Topics
Data and Data Analytics
9 Different Data and Data Analytics Topics
Legal Industry’s Role in Diversity and Inclusion and the Rule of Law
8 Different Diversity and Inclusion Topics
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Innovation Topics for DiscussionThursday, October 8, 12:05p-12:45p CDT
A Innovation in the Legal Industry - COVID stole our autonomy. We managed to adapt and move forward. Now what? How to develop an innovative culture and mindset...without a natural disaster
Jordan Furlong Lois Haubold
B Getting innovative with attorney compensation; new ways to motivate attorneys more effectively through compensation; an option to “build” collaboration
Tim Corcoran Blane R. Prescott
C Share Your Organization’s or Your Clients’/Customers’ Innovation Success (or Progress) Stories
Brad Blickstein Tess Blair
D How your organization is defining innovation and value; developing innovation through collaborative efforts with clients/customers…driving demand for legal services starts through these efforts
Lucy Bassli Ray Bayley
E Finding “L” on the map; How Leadership has to drive and empower Innovation Dave Cunningham Jason Barnwell
F Designing Innovation into Organizational Strategy Ziad Mantoura Peter Krakaur
G Winning the hearts of the people who have to use the tools or work differently; how to drive adoption of innovation; How to get attorneys to collaborate and rethink how they work
Andrea Alliston Nikki Shaver
H What should legal organizations be spending R&D dollars on that is truly innovative?
Bob Taylor Mitch Kowalski
I Breaking away from tradition to become a forward-thinking, client/customer-oriented organization
Liam Brown Nat Slavin
J Equipping the organization to Innovate…through teams, people, systems and processes, etc.
Ron Friedmann Jonathan Greenblatt
K From Office Tower to Virtual World and Back…. Barbara Dunn Sherry Cushman
L What innovation has been driven by the pandemic? How can we spread adoption? Paul Morton Tim Mohan
M Innovating Succession Planning Ida Abbott Camille Stell
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N Innovative Ideas to Overcome Regulatory and Financial Barriers (bar exam, reciprocity, cost of law school, etc., UPL, ALS, etc.) to Advance the Practice
Dennis Kennedy Natalie Kelly
O The role of Virtual Learning in Legal Education Innovation and Professional Development
Aileen Leventon Ray Brescia
P Remote Courts: Deputizing Front Ends Jeff Rovner Nicole Nehama Auerbach
Data Topics for DiscussionFriday, October 9, 11:54a-12:34p CDT
Q DA Use Cases in legal organizations...in the delivery of legal services or in legal organization management
Vince Cordo Greg Lambert
R How can legal organizations use DA to reduce legal services costs Brad Blickstein Meredith Williams-Range
S Mounds of Unstructured Data and Limited Resources. What’s a small firm to do? Driving better Decisions through the use of DA and Integrating Third-Party Sources
Ed Walters Jack Newton
T Implementing a Strategy for Data Collection. What data is important? Collect only what you absolutely need, to start; expand your capture for the future?
Patrick Fuller Catherine Krow
U How Legal Organizations can Integrate their Data Sources in order to Advance DA Connie Brenton Chris Ende
V Using DA for Pricing and to Remake Compensation Systems; Profitability Models Tim Corcoran Marcie Borgal Shunk
W Impact of COVID-19 on the Profession; a deep dive through DA; DA as a guide to safe exit from COVID
Mark T. Greene Elonide Semmes
X Use of DA to drive cultural change/inclusion Chris Boyd Dr. Denise Gaskin
Y Implementing a strategy for data collection. How to educate lawyers on gathering or interpreting data; evaluating quality of data sources
Purvi Sanghvi Cassie Vertovec
Diversity and Inclusion Topics for DiscussionFriday, October 9, 2:35p-3:15p CDT
Z What are we willing to give up in order to create real diversity? Steve Dempsey Bryan R. Parker
AA Cognizance of Implicit bias; Owning it and Working to Correct it Terri Pepper Gavulic Kendal Tyre
BB Impact of BLM and Diversity on Retention of Best Innovators and other Talent; Recruiting and Retaining Diverse Attorney
Jennifer (Scalzi) Johnson Daniel Winterfeldt, QC
CC Cultural Health: How to Affect Culture to Become more Empathetic and Inclusive Dr. Denise Gaskin Macey Russell
DD Effective Collaboration and Resolving Conflict Iris Jones Darryl Cross
EE What does D&I really look like? What do D&I programs in legal organizations look like? What are the real stats on how many D&I lawyers graduate from law school and how many go into the practice of law; how many remain in the practice five years later; stats of legal organizations diversity
Chancellor John K. Pierre Michelle A. Jackson
FF Antiracism and Belonging…What is it and How to do it? Stewart Levine Monica Phillips
GG What is the Legal Industry’s Role in the Rule of Law? Natalie Kelly Myra C. Selby
Katy M. Goshtasbi
D. Gavin Gray
Margaret Darin Hagan
Iris J. Jones
Jeffrey H. Marple, Jr.
Timothy P. Mohan
Catherine M. Monte
Daniel B. Rodriguez
Gina F. Rubel
Marcie Borgal Shunk
Joseph K. West, Jr.
Rachel M. Zahorsky
NEW FELLOW INDUCTEES
Meet the College of Law Practice Management Class of 2020!
CLASS OF 2020
Mark T. GreenePresidentMarket Intelligence LLC
Terri Pepper GavulicSecretaryTerraLex
Michael MillsPresident-ElectNeota Logic
Teresa WalkerTreasurerWaller Lansden Dortch & Davis LLP
Chris BoydWilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Patrick LambElevateNext Law
Timothy B. CorcoranCorcoran Consulting Group
Jeff RovnerO’Melveny & Myers LLP
Steve DempseySidley Austin LLP
Purvi SanghviPaul Hastings
Joan FeldmanAttorney at Work
Elonide SemmesRight Hat
William GarciaThompson Hine LLP
Mark TammingaGowling WLG
2019-2020 College of Law Practice Management Board Members
Fellows Joining the College of Law Practice Management Board for 2020-2021
2020 Futures Conference Co-Chairs
Lucy BassliInnoLegal Services, PLLC
Connie BrentonNetapp, Inc.
Cat MoonVanderbilt Law School
Teresa WalkerWaller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP
Natalie KellyState Bar of Georgia
Catherine MoynihanAssociation of Corporate Counsel
Scott RechtschaffenLittler Mendelson