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LegalVision proud to be a partner for Corporate Counsel Summit

NewLaw firm LegalVision will be an event partner for the upcoming 2020 Corporate Counsel Summit, hosted by Lawyers Weekly.

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LegalVision proud to be a partner for Corporate Counsel Summit
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The 2020 Corporate Counsel is right around the corner, and Lawyers Weekly is thrilled to have LegalVision onboard as an event partner for what promises to be an illuminating and informative agenda, spread across two days.

The summit, recently relaunched following COVID-19 restrictions, is a live-stream event designed to arm you with the tools and strategies to succeed in the current market.


LegalVision head of partnerships Taylor Gray said that the NewLaw provider is “proud to partner with Lawyers Weekly to support the Corporate Counsel Summit”.

“We look forward to sharing our insights on how leading in-house teams have reshaped their legal function to drive efficiency and business impact – a conversation that is particularly relevant as businesses shift gears to navigate through to the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic,” he said.

Lawyers Weekly deputy editor Jerome Doraisamy added: “LegalVision has been a great supporter of ours for some time now, and we’re very pleased to have them on board for the second annual Corporate Counsel Summit.”

“It’s a credit to the events department at Momentum Media that we are finally able to get this summit up and running in the wake of the ongoing pandemic, and having partners like LegalVision in tow ensures that the two-day proceedings will be a success for all in attendance.”

Last week, Lawyers Weekly reported that LegalVision has unveiled a new “industry-first” resource to help general counsel introduce innovation into their legal function, streamline operations and better focus on strategic priorities. Earlier this month, the NewLaw firm announced that it is expanding its operations into New Zealand.

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