Episode #22

[CLOC Conference Insights: Part 2] CLM & low code solutions for in-house legal

Legal tech has become an integral part of scalable legal functions. When chosen correctly and integrated thoughtfully, technology can help teams work more efficiently, become more productive and free up time to work on higher-value tasks. In some shape or form, legal tech has been around for a good while now. But in this new era of in-house legal, how can we make sense of a crowded market? What can we expect from technology? And how can we choose and make the most of the right tools? In this Part 2 of a two-part series with legal ops expert Marie Widmer and Senior Legal & Business Operations Manager at Uber, Jonathan Johnson-Swagel, we continue to explore the key legal ops trends that were talked about at the CLOC Conference in Las Vegas. And of course, a huge trend was technology. In this episode, learn all about the key technology trends in the world of in-house legal.

Featured guests

About our guest

Marie Widmer
Legal Ops Specialist
Formerly LinkedIn, Pinterest & Dapper Labs

Marie is a legal ops pro and legal tech enthusiastic who specializes in growing contract teams through the implementation and management of software, templates, and playbooks for contracting, compliance, and privacy functions. Based in the US, Marie has experience at larger companies such as LinkedIn and Pinterest as well as startups such as software company Dapper Labs. Marie has established herself as a forward-thinking and effective legal ops professional.

Jonathan Johnson-Swagel
Senior Legal and Business Operations Manager

Jonathan is an established legal operations professional. Now as the Senior Legal and Business Operations Manager at Uber, Jonathan manages an in-house team of legal professionals, structures core legal operations functions and leads department-wide programs and technologies. A primary focus has been the design and implementation of cutting-edge technology, systems, and process solutions.

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