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The Cultural Tech Revolution in the Legal Workplace

Exclusive VIP Virtual Roundtable Hosted by Lumen, in partnership with LegalTech Talks.

This exclusive VIP LegalTech Talk will feature high profile speakers who will explore powering post-pandemic recovery, establishing business resiliency, collaboration and revolutionary lessons for technological transformation and success.

We’ll engage key thought leaders on the reinvention of workplace collaboration, how the government will support business investment and explore the next generation of technologies that are the reality of our agile and digital world.

This session will feature up to 15 participants, for an intimate and engaging debate, under Chatham House Rule, which will be focused on 3 core topics:    

1. Growing the UK Digital Economy – Digital transformation is not a new endeavour for businesses, but the pandemic and shift to digital has significantly accelerated the development of the global digital sector. How can technology support long-term cross-industry collaboration, establish new supply chains, attract and retain clients, and fundamentally drive post-pandemic economic recovery? Digital technology can offer businesses significant benefits.  What are the new and existing challenges for the UK digital economy?

2. Fast-track digital transformation – The right approach focuses on business goals, and the re-prioritization of technology work. Has the legal sector exploited  SASE solutions for speed, agility, and efficient scalability?

3. Secure and flexible working is the future – What does the future of the legal workplace and secure legal service delivery look like? and what are the practical considerations for changing culture and operations?


Julian David, CEO,
TechUK (Chair)

Julian David is the CEO of techUK the Digital Technology Trade Association.  Julian leads techUK’s 60 strong team in representing 850 member companies, comprising Global and National Champions and more than 500 SMEs.  He is a member of the UK Government and Industry Cyber Growth Partnership, the Digital Economy Council and the Department of International Trade’s Strategic Trade Advisory Group.

He is also the Vice President for National Trade Associations on the Executive Board of DIGITALEUROPE and Vice President representing Europe on the board of WITSA the Worldwide IT Association.  He is also a Member of the Board of the Health innovation Network, the South London Academic Health Science Network.

Matt Warman MP, Under Secretary of State at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Matt Warman was appointed as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport on 26 July 2019.He was an Assistant Government Whip from 23 April 2019 to 25 July 2019.

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Digital Infrastructure) – BDUK, Gigabit Delivery programme, Mobile coverage, Telecoms Supply Chain and Cyber Security.

Mark Parr, Global Director of Information Technology,

Mark has a strong pedigree of delivering information systems and technology across the globe, for a vast range of organisations. Mark begin his career as a Technology apprentice within the British Army, and built a successful 27 year military career delivering command and control networks, technology solutions and communications and information systems in support of military, peace keeping and stabilisation operations globally.

Post his military career, Mark went on to join KPMG UK LLP in 2016, initially undertaking a People Operations role. It was during this time that Mark quickly established himself as a subject matter expert in Risk Management, Cyber Security and Information Assurance leading to him being appointed as the Chief Information Security Officer and Head of Information Assurance across the UK. In this role, Mark delivered various certification standards as well as lead the migration to Office 365.

Mark joins HFW as the Global Director of IT; a role that he is sees as being challenging but one that will allow him to demonstrate his wide portfolio of skills and expertise.

Charlotte Baldwin, Chief Digital and Technology Officer
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Charlotte is currently the Chief Digital and Technology Officer at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, with accountability for Technology delivery across the firm, as well as driving the digital agenda and innovation through the use of Technology. With over 20 years’ experience, she has been focused on Digital Transformation and delivering complex Technology enabled Business Change for much of her career.

She has held various Technology leadership roles within FTSE 100 companies including, most recently, at Pearson, where she was CTO Core Business, then SVP of Technology and Operations Strategy & Portfolio. She has also worked at Deloitte, Linklaters, and Thomson Reuters during her career.

Paul Morrison
Director Product and Solutions – Real Time Communications, Professional Services, Advanced Services,

Paul Morrison has over 15 years of experience in the collaboration space, where he has been responsible for the EMEA Voice and UC Product Roadmap development at Level 3 Communications and CenturyLink, overseeing the launch of new products into the EMEA market, as well as managing the lifecycles of the legacy platforms, ensuring quality of service for customers and a migration strategy moving forwards.

Paul has extensive experience working with enterprise and government clients across their collaboration journey, and he bring a creative approach and the ability to solve complex business challenges that solve technical problems whilst at the same time achieve the optimum commercial, and financial solution.


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