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Oct 5, 2021

In this podcast, the fifth episode of seven in CLI’s Digital Literacy SeriesAutomation Mini SeriesGene Turner, Managing Director of legal automation specialists LawHawk shared his experience working initially as a lawyer and now in his own automation/tech solutions focused consultancy about how to choose the right automation solution for a legal practice.

In this session, building on the first four sessions in the series, Gene discussed key considerations including:

  • What you need to do to start and when you need to end your automation journey
  • What to consider when identifying the type of automation solution you need
  • How to leverage solutions you already have available
  • What you need to consider for business continuity and security
  • Identifying users and why it’s important to craft a user friendly solution
  • What the solution should look like - P2P or E2E - and what customisations might be needed too
  • The importance of training and ongoing support
  • What to think about if you need to migrate information
  • Document automation and workflow specifics

This mini series brings together a unique collaboration of leading legal automation specialists who address a number of different but related topics in legal automation. You’ll find details about the mini series here.

If you would prefer to watch rather than listen to this episode, you’ll find the video in our CLI-Collaborate (CLIC) free resource hub here.