We’re only five weeks away from InHouse 21, the second edition of Logikcull’s annual legal tech conference that will gather more than 1000 legal leaders from companies like Twilio, Compass, Cardinal Health, and Square—and to say that we’re thrilled about what’s coming up it’s an understatement.
As we start warming the engines for this two-day event that will take place virtually on November 4-5 (get your free tickets now here!), it’s a good time to take a quick glimpse at what InHouse 21 has to offer.
For two days, the most forward-thinking IT, ops, and legal leaders from leading in-house legal departments will sit together to discuss strategies and share their best tips to amplify resources, to “do more with less,” and to successfully navigate periods of growth and change within organizations.
Some topics that will be covered in the different sessions include:
- How to prep your legal team for the next $10 Billion
- How to remove blockers for your legal team
- How to build a scalable litigation team
- How legal operators can reduce OC costs
- How growing and established departments can uplevel their legal tech stack
But let’s dive a little deeper into some of the key reasons why you can’t miss InHouse 21:
1. Reach eDiscovery Excellence—With Amy Sellars
Few people have had a bigger impact in the in-house management of eDiscovery processes as Amy Sellars, the Associate General Counsel at Cardinal Health.
Throughout her career, Amy has transformed in-house legal teams from renowned companies like Williams Companies, Walmart, and Cardinal Health from reactive to innovative and proactive. Her secret? A reliance on powerfully simple processes and approaches, so people can focus on what matters most.
Join her as she shares her best tips and insights learned through her leadership to find a better approach to eDiscovery and litigation as Director of Cardinal Health’s Discovery Center of Excellence.
Sign up for this session now.
2. Learn How to Prep Your Team for the Next $10 Billion—With Legal Ops Leaders From Twilio, Square, and Opendoor
One of the biggest challenges in-house teams experience is adapting to periods of rapid growth, when the legal needs facing a company can rapidly shift and maturity and scalability become absolute necessities.
In this insightful panel, Susan Packal, Senior Director of Legal Operations and Chief of Staff at Twilio, Ryan Black, Head of Legal Operations at Opendoor, and Steph Lamoreaux, who handles legal operations at Square share actionable tips on how in-house leaders can lay the groundwork for the next period of growth, so that resources and processes can be quickly scaled and leveraged in the best possible way.
3. Get Tips to Build a Scalable Litigation Department—with Litigation Leaders from Compass, Equipmentshare and Workrise
This is the session you can’t miss if your organization is in the process of expanding quickly and you need to strike a good balance between internal and external resources while preserving the company’s culture within your in-house team.
Join this panel with Terence Leong, Senior Counsel of Litigation at Compass, Thuy Pham, eDiscovery Counsel at Equipmentshare, and Megan Coker, Associate General Counsel at Workrise, to get actionable tips on how to build an entrepreneurial culture within your organization, identify the best law firm partners as your company expands, and find the right new hires when your team grows.
4. Discover the Newest Features from Logikcull—and Learn How to Use Them
There can’t be a users conference without a big dazzling product reveal—and InHouse 21 is no exception.
On day two of InHouse, Logikcull’s CEO, Andy Wilson, will announce the new ways we’re helping customers cull through the noise and discuss the roadmap for the future of the software.
Following the presentation (and before you get to question “how do I actually use this?”), you’ll get personalized training and strategy on how to leverage the most powerful features, both new and old. A can’t-miss!
5. See the Winners of the Culler Awards
At Logikcull, we constantly advocate for and celebrate those industry leaders who are breaking barriers and finding creative ways to transform discovery and investigations.
In the second edition of the Culler Awards, which will draw the event to a close at the end of day two, we will recognize those individuals and organizations who have demonstrated excellence, innovation, and impact in eDiscovery and beyond. Surprises guaranteed!
And by the way, we’re still accepting nominations for the three award categories: Impact, Innovation, and Excellence. Feel free to submit your candidates today!
Winners will receive prizes, VIP passes for InHouse 2022, and a donation to a charity of their choice.
Do you already have tickets for InHouse 21? Free passes are quickly running out, so make sure to get yours here before they’re gone.
See you there!