What are the best practices for evaluating legal tech? Post-CLOC conference and pre-ACC Legal Ops conference, legal tech has been making a lot of headlines. Both for the increase in options. In addition, for the overwhelming complexity in trying to figure out which solution is best for your internal team. We’ve felt that pain for years – it’s why we created ALOE. We wanted something that would help us control costs and understand and manage our risks. Above all, we wanted a solution to help us prove our value to the organization. But in trying to find that, for most of us the first stumbling block is as simple as not knowing where to start. How do we evaluate the myriad of solutions on the market? So we did the research for you – join us on May 15th to review some of the best practices in that evaluation process gleaned from the input of several in house lawyers who have ‘been there, done that’.

UPDATE – Now that the webinar has passed, you can view the recording below.

Following the presentation of the evaluation road map, we’ll explore how ALOE can help meet the needs you identify in your evaluation process.

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Tanya Avila

Tanya Avila

Tanya has made a career of building legal departments in fast paced, fast growth environments. Having repeated the process at half a dozen different organizations, she is passionate about all things that bring efficiency and sanity to the internal legal process.