The Summit for In-House
Leaders who Get Stuff Done.
Today’s leaders bring simplicity to complexity, turn less into more, rethink old ways of working, and make tough calls. They GSD. This is a conference for them. For you.
Logikcull’s InHouse summit is a one-of-a-kind, peer-led conference where like-minded leaders from organizations large and small come together to create powerfully simple solutions to common challenges through structured collaboration.
If you enjoy talking heads and case law, this isn't the event for you. InHouse delivers actionable knowledge that you can put to use in your job immediately. To maximize engagement, the event is structured in bite-sized sessions over two days: the first exclusively for in-house professionals and the second for Logikcull users from organizations of all types (law firms, government, non-profits and corporations).
InHouse gives you the opportunity to connect with the experts who are halving the cost of outside counsel, simplifying processes to stretch their dollars, and bringing control and predictability to discovery.
At InHouse, you'll learn firsthand how the associate general counsel for one of the largest healthcare companies in the United States operates its discovery center of excellence. You'll get the inside scoop on how the head of legal operations at a high-flying online real estate company is finding creative budget solutions amid quarantine cuts. You'll sit front-row as a head litigation technology at one of the largest insurance companies walks line-by-line through the ROI calculator that's showing big returns for his team's in-house approach.
Then, on day 2, you'll ride shotgun for Logikcull product reveals, workshops and training sessions. Best of all, you'll share your own challenges and successes as well. Because that’s the point of InHouse. Bringing leaders together to learn from each other.
Streamline workflows and optimize your tech stack to stretch your dollars and make more out of less.
Bring cost predictability to the notoriously unpredictable business of disputes, investigations, and records response.
Protect your most sensitive data amid a sharp rise in hacking, breaches and espionage.
Learn with the foremost leaders in legaltech
We know virtual doesn't provide the same connection as in-person. But we'll do our best to deliver the "wow." From happy hour kits, to moderated Zoom networking to that Logikcull swag you've come to love, this will be online event to remember.
Actionable, peer-to-peer learning is at the core of the InHouse. Trade notes on high-level strategy or dig into the weeds with colleagues who are tackling the same problems you are. InHouse attendees come from organizations of all shapes and sizes, and are typically in legal, compliance and IT.
Sound like you? Request an invitation and join us for two days of insight, inspiration, peer-driven learning, and thinking boldly.
Connect with attorneys who are successfully bringing more legal work in house.
Collaborate with legal ops pros who are streamlining processing and finding dollars under couch cusions.
Learn from the tech professionals who are navigating data security and digital transformation.
Hear from IG leaders who are wrangling with rapidly evolving privacy regulation.
Sessions are offered in two tracks: peer-led roundtables and Logikcull-focused workshops.
Follow a single track all day or switch between the two.
Grab a cup of coffee (on us!) and kick off the day with a face-to-face conversation with like-minded professionals in your “birds of a feather” group. There are plenty to pick from whether it’s the “people, process, and technology” group, the “I remember building my first network server, for a local BBS ran out of my parent’s house in 1993” group, or the “dog lovers of eDiscovery” group.
Facilitated by your favorite Logikcull customer success reps
Culler Certification is powerful validation of your and your team’s commitment to speed, efficiency, and security. Join Jury Joves, Logikcull’s own Chuck Norris of eDiscovery, for an introduction to the certification process and training on just what you need to know before taking the exam.
Led by Jury Joves, Customer Solutions Architect at Logikcull
The biggest blocker to change isn’t budget. It’s not bandwidth or bureaucracy or even procurement. It’s simple inertia. Join Logikcull co-founder and CEO Andy Wilson as he kicks off InHouse with a look at how innovative in-house teams are getting around barriers to change—and the new tools that Logikcull is releasing to help them empower their teams, simplify their processes, and do more with less.
Led by Andy Wilson, CEO and Co-Founder of Logikcull
Join Logikcull super users as they reveal their tips and tricks for “hacking” the discovery process: A plaintiffs lawyer shares how he finds where the figurative bodies are buried in the literal data, an eDiscovery attorney reveals the one trick that brings speed and uniformity to all his matters (hint: it’s what got Apollo 11 to the moon, and it’s not rocket fuel), and a director of legal support at an international conglomerate shows how she reigns in outside counsel with just a few keystrokes. And each hack is delivered in 15 minutes or less.
The mandate to “do more with less” is nothing new. But in this climate of belt-tightening, hiring pauses and budget freezes, it’s more difficult than ever to stretch your dollars, resources, and people. Not to worry. In this session, legal ops leaders share guidance for innovative problem solving that will set you up for success in the “new normal.” Topics include creative ways to find budget (including budget from other departments), how to effectively shed inessential resources, and striking the right balance between internal and external resource allocation.
Led by Ryan Black, Head of Legal Ops at Opendoor
You’re taking ownership of the discovery process to rein in costs, tighten security and improve overall visibility. But outside firms are still essential partners, and the effectiveness of your process is only as strong as your ability to collaborate. In this session, AEP’s legal team shares how to build process documentation and discovery guidance—from initial planning through to final deliverables —to maximize performance and get the most out of the “inside/out” relationship.
Led by Julie Richer, Strategy, Operations, & Transformation Director at AEP
Long regarded as necessary cost centers tasked exclusively with risk mitigation, corporate legal departments are increasingly coming to the fore as essential business partners. But how do you strike the right balance between risk and growth? And how do you build consensus across functions to drive key business initiatives? Get an insider's perspective from a six-time CFO as he shares lessons for how functions typically considered blockers can transform from departments of no into critical advisors, and successfully manage budgets during times of both rapid growth and unexpected slowdown.
Led by Lee Kirkpatrick, former CFO at Twillio
InHouse provides the leading platform for "virtual" networking. Connect directly to peers based off shared interests, common goals, and more.
Slack, the massively popular messaging platform, is rapidly displacing traditional forms of business communication. That means, if you’re missing Slack, you’re missing half the conversation—a fact of which regulators and plaintiff’s lawyers are increasingly aware. Join Kyle Kelly, Senior E-Discovery and Litigation Support Specialist at Coinbase, as he takes a deep dive into handling Slack data in your discovery process, from collection, to processing, to search and review.
Led by Kyle Kelly, Senior E-Discovery and Litigation Support Specialist at Coinbase
You’ve collected vast amounts of your company’s proprietary information—then whittled it down to its essence. What would happen if it gets into the wrong hands? Learn advanced security techniques for protecting your most valuable data during the discovery and investigations process including how to ruthlessly employ the principle of least privilege throughout your process, when and how to vet OC data security protocols, ways to limit data access once it has been produced, and strategies for monitoring compliance.
Led by Jennifer DeTrani, General Counsel and EVP at Nisos Inc.
For nearly 15 years before going in-house, Scott Wandstrat practiced as a partner at an AmLaw 200 firm. Today, as Chief Litigation Officer for Kindred at Home, he’s on the other side of the attorney-client relationship. Join Wandstrat and a roundtable of in-house leaders as they explore how to leverage law firm experience to get maximum value from outside counsel. Go beyond just OC guidelines with an insider’s view of how best to leverage your outside counsel relationships for optimal performance.
Led by Scott Wandstrat, Chief Litigation Officer at Kindred at Home
From high-level culling and ECA, to a collaborative approach with outside counsel, to full-blown privilege-review-and-all, there is no right or wrong way to "bring discovery in house." But some organizations are further out on the maturity curve than others, with the additional ROI gains and attendant challenges that taking more responsibility and work inside entails. In this session, three Logikcull power users compare and contrast how they're doing discovery, zooming in on areas of stress and opportunity.
Led by Chris Roberson, Logikcull Head of Product, and Logikcull power users
Regroup with your birds of a feather to discuss challenges, learnings, and new opportunities.
Facilitated by your favorite Logikcull customer success reps
As Associate General Counsel and Director of the Discovery Center of Excellence at Cardinal Health, Amy Sellars brings powerful simplicity to the complex process of discovery at one of the nation’s largest companies. Join her as she shares her secrets and lessons learned, and shows us how she got where she is today, having driven transformation in in-house legal departments at Williams Companies, Walmart, and Cardinal Health.
Led by Amy Sellars, Assistant General Counsel and Director of the Discovery Center for Excellence, Cardinal Health
Learn how your peers are leveraging Logikcull in ways you may never have imagined. From tracking OC performance to creating data buckets for staggered M&A review, see how innovators are stretching the limits of what instant discovery can do.
Led by Katie Gleason, Enterprise Accounts at Logikcull
While there are many factors that play into the decision of whether to bring discovery in house, at the end of day, the most powerful is straight dollars and cents. And while, for many organizations, eDiscovery costs have long been a black box, the most forward-thinking are developing robust ROI calculations for showing bottom-line results. Join a panel of experts as they share step-by-step how to develop benchmarks, KPIs and formulas for tracking spend and validating success. Attendees will come away with a calculator they can put to work today and guidance for how to share results with peers and superiors.
Learn new ways to leverage Logikcull to eliminate redundant work, ensure consistent processes, reutilize data and more. Feature deep-dives include project templating and work product transfer.
Led by Cindy Langenback, Customer Solutions Architect at Logikcull
And finally, it's the part of the event that gets us most jazzed. To close things out, we'll share in our best black turtlenecks all of the great tools, features and products we've built in the lead up to InHouse to help you GSD. Logikcull Engineering, Product and Design guest star.
Logikcull's InHouse Conference is invite-only. If you think you might be a good fit and would like to attend. then request an invitation. The event is free to Logikcull users and free to others until Sept. 1.