Grab this opportunity to grow your client base through LPO
Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) describes the practice of a corporation or law firm obtaining legal support services from another firm or service provider.
Over the next five years, the global LPO market is anticipated to grow more than 600% to become a .4 billion industry by 2022. South Africa has emerged as a key future cross-border LPO region due to the region’s lower-cost legal professionals, advanced technologies, advantageous time zone, and English-language proficiencies.
LEAD presents a half-day information session discussing global LPO trends, developments and opportunities for both legal service providers to grow their client base and for clients to reduce internal legal costs and obtain access to specialised legal resources on an outsourced basis.
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Who should attend
Legal professionals, in-house lawyers and government representatives.
Overview of programme
• Law firms and legal departments - an evolving relation
• The role of professional industry bodies in the LPO value chain
• Technology and innovation in outsourced legal service delivery
• General counsel insights
Durban: 23 June 2017, Southern Sun Maharani/Elangeni, 63 Snell Parade
Celia Pienaar - Legal Project Manager at Webber Wentzel
A South African and English/Welsh qualified lawyer by background, Celia established and led the first global legal process outsourcing team in South Africa, offering alternative resourcing to international law firms and corporates. Appointed as the first full-time Legal Project Manager in South Africa in 2015, she now oversees Webber Wentzel’s Legal Services Centre, which focuses on efficient and cost effective delivery of legal services.
Brendan is a non-practising attorney and legal technology entrepreneur based in Cape Town. He is a director of Infology, the international provider of the ShareBrief system for secure distribution and review of legal documents and MedBrief, the UK’s most widely used software system for the secure distribution of NHS patient medical records in clinical negligence and personal injury litigation. He serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of the UCT Law Faculty, as a non- executive director of the Cape Innovation & Technology Initiative and as a member of the LSSA’s E-Law Committee.
Registration fees (VAT incl)
• Practising attorneys: R1450 pp
• Candidate attorneys and support staff: R1 320 pp
• Practising attorneys from firms further than 150km from closest venue: R1 050 pp
• Non-practising attorneys/others: R2 900 pp
For more information, please call the Seminars department at LEAD at Tel: +27 (0)12 441 4600 or Email: seminars@LSSALEAD.org.za