General counsels are faced with an increasing number of changes and challenges that far exceed the mere delivery of legal advice. Among these there are the need to make legal services more affordable and productive, to act as business partners for their organisations, or to manage increasingly complex budgets, projects and resources.
Feared by some and already embraced by others, legal tech (now also powered by AI) brings promise to general counsels and their in-house teams. Yet, as with any new tool, the adoption of legal tech and AI solutions also depends on increasing awareness, aligning expectations and – most importantly – fostering constructive dialogue among all interested parties.
- How to recognise the need for legal tech? What solutions are there for general counsels to automate routine work that their in-house legal teams handle?
- Buy or build legal tech? And how does the recently added AI dimension impact this decision?
- How will general counsels find the balance between human skills and legal tech/AI in their decision to outsource legal services in the (near) future?
Join us at this event organised by Schoenherr Romania. Our lawyers and digitalisation experts, together with our guest speakers, will talk about these topics and others.
If you are a general counsel, this will be particularly interesting for you.
When & Where?
25 October 2023 | 5:00 – 8:30 pm EET
Kulterra Gallery | 104-106 Stirbei Voda, 1st District, Bucharest
Alexandru Berea | general counsel | Banca Comerciala Romana
Robert Ioniță | legal director | NEPI Rockcastle
Gabriela Popescu | corporate, external and legal affairs head, Central Europe | Microsoft
Andrei Sălăjan | head of digitalisation | Schoenherr
Adina Damaschin | counsel | Schoenherr Romania
5:00 – 5:15 pm | registration & welcome
5:15 – 7:00 pm | panel discussion
7:00 – 8:30 pm | wine, dine & networking
Participation by invitation only. If you would like to receive an invitation, please contact our Bucharest PR & corporate communications manager Daniela Bădoi by e-mail at email@example.com. Limited seats available, to be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.