Dye & Durham is pleased to bring its highly successful event, The Here and Now of Legal Innovation to Alberta on January 26th in Grand Prairie at the Golf and Country Club. The event is free by invitation and starts at 4pm with a 6pm cocktail reception to follow (host bar).
3.30pm – 4.00pm – Registrations and Accreditation
4.00 pm – Welcome and Introductions
4.10 pm – Keynote Speaker Mitchell Kowalski – The Great Legal Reformation
5.10 pm – Preview of Dye & Durham’s emarket suite – “e” is for easy
- New eConveyance release – A new look to make things even easier
- Update on Alberta Land Titles EFS
- eLegacy – A New way to address your business process for Wills/Estates and Probate
- eCorp – Corporate Record Management made easy.
5 great reasons to attend:
- Inspirational keynote speaker and critically-acclaimed author Mitchell Kowalski will deliver a talk entitled ‘The Great Legal Reformation’ (see below for biography and more information on the talk).
- Learn more about the impacts of EFS Online Land Title Registration coming to Alberta in the Spring of 2017.
- Discover how to automate new areas of your practice allowing you to gain significant efficiencies and achieve further growth with the latest development from Dye & Durham.
- This event provides an opportunity to use as time towards your personal CPD plan.
- Network with your peers and like-minded industry professionals.
Mitchell Kowalski is the Gowling WLG Visiting Professor in Legal Innovation at the University of Calgary Law School, the Legal Innovation Columnist The National Post, and Principal Consultant at Cross Pollen Advisory where he advises in-house legal departments and law firms on the redesign of legal service delivery. He is also the author of the critically-acclaimed book, Avoiding Extinction: Reimagining Legal Services for the 21st Century.
The speech is entitled The Great Legal Reformation and will discuss how the successful law firm of 2025 will emerge from the choices made by law firm leaders today. In order to create competitive advantage and deliver superior financial returns, law firms need to understand and adapt to the changing ecosystem in which they now live, as well as forecasting what that ecosystem will look like 10 or more years down the road; long-term vision and strategy have therefore never been more important for law firms. Mitch Kowalski, examines the challenges law firms face now and in the future – then uses this perspective to suggest a provocative model for the successful law firm of 2025.