Thomson Reuters Partner Webinar: The Future of Professionals: How New Technologies Affect the Workplace and Upskilling
Recorded On: 11/09/2023
The legal industry is in a state of change—and so too are the legal professionals who make the industry run. With the introduction of artificial intelligence and other new technologies, information professionals and others have had to learn new skills, engage with shifting organizational priorities, and find new motivators in training others and accomplishing their work. Based off of the Thomson Reuters Future of Professionals Report, this webinar provides the data to show how the workplace is actively changing – and the skills that legal professionals will need to know to be part of its future.
Law firm, government law librarians, and relevant to academic community.
- Attendees will distinguish how the legal industry’s priorities are changing–and how they may not be the same between firms, their clients, and the government.
- Attendees will identify benchmarks and how professional skills may need to change because of new technologies and how those technologies can both enhance and threaten human talent.
- Attendees will discuss what motivators help legal professionals to do their jobs better, and how new technologies may influence workplace hopes, challenges, and overall happiness.
- Natalie Runyon, Thomson Reuters Institute
- Zach Warren, Thomson Reuters Institute
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Zach Warren, Manager for Enterprise Content for Technology and Innovation, Thomson Reuters Institute
Warren leads technology and innovation content and research for the Thomson Reuters Institute. With the Institute, Warren has helmed multiple research projects on technology in professional services, including a series of Generative AI reports for the legal and tax industries, the Digital Strategy Report for law firms, the Tax Technology Report in conjunction with the Tax Executive Institute, and others. Before Thomson Reuters, he was the editor-in-chief of ALM’s Legaltech News and regularly featured on Law.com, The American Lawyer, and ALM events such as Legalweek.
Natalie Runyon, ESG Strategist, Thomson Reuters Institute
Runyon has more than 20 years of experience working for multinational organizations, including Thomson Reuters, Goldman Sachs, and the Central Intelligence Agency. Before her current role, she ran the strategy and operations team, supporting key account programs within the Legal business; and before that, she ran global security in the Americas for three years. As a volunteer leader, Runyon has led strategic leadership and change initiatives on the global and local levels for business resource groups at Thomson Reuters.