There’s a lot of buzz around “transformation” and how the legal profession needs to embrace it – but what exactly does it mean?
Join us at the next FLIP Inquiry Series to examine “transformation” from various perspectives, including ethical, regulatory, risk management, privacy and legal practice.
The panel consists of legal professionals and transformation experts who are committed to improving legal service delivery by driving transformation throughout their organisations and profession.
The panel will discuss:
- Is there a real need to transform and what does transformation look like?
- What are some of the causes of resistance to change?
- What are some of the ethical and regulatory issues that support or hinder transformation?
- What is considered successful transformation and how do we measure success?
- Why do transformation programs fail?
- What does transformation look like for sole practitioners, law firms and legal departments?
If you want to deepen your understanding of transformation, register now – tickets won’t last.
- Gina Bozinovski, General Counsel, WaterNSW | Read Bio
- Denise Doyle, Legal Transformation Lead, Telstra | Read Bio
- Peter Dombkins, Head of Legal Project Management, Gilbert + Tobin | Read Bio
- Dr Justine Rogers, Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director, Law Society of NSW FLIP Stream at UNSW Law | Read Bio
- Mick Sheehy, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia (PwC) | Read Bio
- Elizabeth Espinosa, President, The Law Society of NSW | Read Bio
- Date 29 April 2019
- 5.00pm Registration & Networking
- 5.30pm Session
- 7.00pm Event Concludes
- CPD 1.5 points
- Venue Law Society of NSW, 170 Phillip Street, Sydney