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Powering a Secure and Thriving Hybrid Workforce

Exclusive VIP Virtual Roundtable Hosted by LogMeIn and Red Rose Technologies, in partnership with LegalTech Talks

Live 30th June 2021 at 14:30 BST

This VIP LegalTech Talk featured key industry and commercial thoughts leaders who discussed how to establish and maintain an engaged secure remote workforce, delivering increased collaboration, and revolutionary lessons for client-centric design and delivery.

During this exclusive roundtable, we’ll engage key thought leaders and share case studies on enabling working from anywhere, debating and exploring models that effectively deliver client-centric, agile and collaborative results.

This session will feature up to 15 participants, for an intimate and engaging debate, under Chatham House Rule, which will delve deep into three core focused areas:

  1. Establishing security hygiene which powers success, from anywhere.
  2. Creating a thriving hybrid culture, which enables flourishing productivity and encourages maximum engagement within teams.
  3. Addressing challenges and using models which deliver effective client-centric, agile and collaborative results.

Event Chair

Christina Blacklaws – Former President of the Law Society of England and Wales

Christina studied Jurisprudence at Oxford and qualified as a solicitor in 1991.

Christina Blacklaws is a former President of the Law Society of England and Wales, the representative body of over 150,000 solicitors.

She is an innovator in the legal field, having developed and managed one of the first ‘virtual’ law firms and set up the UK’s very first Alternative Business Structure with the Cooperative Group. She was also one of the first Directors of Innovation at a top UK firm.

She now runs her own consultancy business providing strategic advice particularly in the areas of transformational change, technological developments and diversity and inclusion.

Christina is a non-executive director for 3 large law firms and for a lawtech business specialising in resource management and provides bespoke advice to many more.

She holds a range of public appointments including chairing two UK Government bodies in lawtech- The LawTech UK Panel and Innovate UK’s Next Generation Services Advisory Group. She is a member of the Ministry of Justice’s Legal Support Advisory Group.

Christina is a thought leader in the law and technology field. She chaired a Commission which reported on the use of algorithms in the criminal justice system, has had a paper published in the Royal Society’s Philosophical Transactions A and lectures internationally on technology, innovation and the future of legal services. Her recent TEDx talk on algorithmic bias can be found here:

She holds a Visiting Fellowship with the University of Manchester where she supports the Business School Computer Science and Law Faculties to develop structural engagement with the legal services industry.

Christina is passionate about diversity and inclusion and is the representative for the Women Lawyers Division on the Law Society of England and Wales Council and an active member of Thomson Reuters Women in Leadership in Law Advisory Board. She also sits on the editorial board of Women Lawyers.

As President, she spearheaded the largest ever global research on women in law involving thousands of lawyers over 20 countries and resulting in three reports and a UK government backed Pledge.

Christina speaks internationally on a wide range of business, legal and ethical topics and is a multi-award winning (for innovation and diversity and inclusion) published author, lecturer and frequent media commentator.


Robert Hannigan – International Chairman, BlueVoyant

Robert is international Chairman of BlueVoyant, a global cyber security services company. He is a former Director of GCHQ, the UK’s largest intelligence and cyber security agency, and established the UK National Cyber Security Centre in 2016. He retired from Government after 20 years in national security roles, including Prime Minister’s Security Adviser.

Robert writes on cyber, technology and national security issues in the Financial Times and is a Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center, Harvard, the Royal United Services Institute, and the Institution of Engineering and Technology, London.

Toks Oladuti – Senior Manager, IT Security, Herbert Smith Freehills

Toks is an experienced and business focused, corporate strategies and goals aligned IT leader with an extensive skill set developed across a number of regulated and non-regulated industries. Skills include team leadership and development, strategy, security, operations and architecture, data protection, compliance and audits, and enterprise culture, awareness and training.

Toks has contributed to the business and IT community through information sharing, groups, speaking engagements and multi-industry networking. As strong supporter of education and schools, he has provided support in areas of security, data protection, user awareness and cloud transformation.

Andrew Moules – Managing Director, Red Rose Technologies

Andrew has been in the technology industry for over 20 years working for some of the leading vendors and manufacturers of unified communications.

Over the years he has managed many technology projects small & large; from a company with two users wanting their first telephone system, to multi-location, multi-technology projects for some big household names. Over that period Andrew built trusted and long-standing relationships with the market leading and upcoming technology providers in the industry.

Throughout his career, he has witnessed the phone system transform from a business utility to a must-have productivity tool and as a result the market has become overcrowded with technology and supplier choice, this has naturally led to confusion from end-users over what is best for their business.

Andrew launched Red Rose Technologies in September 2020 with the vision of helping the UK legal community with their unified communications strategy. Using his background and market independence he is guiding many law firms through the supplier world and helping them find the right technology and suppliers to support the long-term plans, growth and budgets.

Tim Colman – Vertical Development Manager, LogMeIn

Tim has over 30 years of experience in professional sales and management within the financial services, legal, and software (UCaSS/SaaS) industries. His experience has given him some battle-tested qualities: resilience, ability to adapt quickly to changing environments, a persistence in attitude in pursuing his goals, conviction in the face of failures, and, most importantly, leaning on the wisdom of peers, partners, friends, and family when needed!

TIm’s expertise over the last several years includes Vertical Development Strategies, from conception to full engagement. Internally, he works with all departments, across all regions and countries, including marketing, product development, sales (SME and enterprise), finance and legal to help bring these global vertical initiatives to market. Externally, Tim works with LogMeIn’s Channel Partners and Strategic Partners (both from a Commercial and Integration perspective) to drive awareness, train, and position the product portfolio to effectively meet the needs and demands of our clients.

To achieve this, Tim’s skills include relationship building, collaboration, analysis, communication, enhancing efficiencies, negotiations, general management, and leadership.