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How It Started. How It’s Going.

  • 13 Nov 2020
  • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
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  • Members associated with a law firm in the greater New York metropolitan area, which includes the tri-state area of New Jersey, Connecticut and New York
  • Members associated with a vendor or independent consultants that provide technology services to law firms in the greater New York metropolitan area which includes the tri-state area of New Jersey, Connecticut and New York

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We know that COVID-19 has pushed law firm learning out of the classroom and into the Zoom breakout room. But how has it forced law firms to innovate, from a technological and Learning & Development standpoint, and how will it transform the future of work and L&D at law firms?

Join us on Friday, November 13, for an absorbing discussion of where we are, and where we’re headed, as learning leaders.

Robbyn Andersen, Training Specialist, Traveling Coaches

Since 1995, Robbyn Andersen has worked with legal technology both as a trainer, and in help desk management. She is a highly skilled and experienced legal technical trainer and floor support coach with a strong background in information technology. Adept at addressing the needs of a wide variety of adult students and administrators. Strongly knowledgeable about all approaches to distance learning.

Jody Rosen Knower, Chief Learning & Development Officer, Sidley Austin

Jody Rosen has 20+ years’ experience working with lawyers and law students in education, career planning, professional development, and talent management. Jody is a frequent speaker, teacher, and facilitator across a wide range of subjects, including writing, negotiation, active listening, networking, feedback, onboarding, strategic planning, effective self-presentation, leadership, and career management and satisfaction.

Jody has served on Chief Learning Officer magazine’s judging panel for both the LearningElite and Learning in Practice awards, and she currently serves on the advisory board of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s Center for Practice Engagement and Innovation. She earned a B.A. (cum laude) from the University of Pennsylvania, a J.D. from New York University School of Law, an M.S. from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, and her CPCC coaching certification through The Coaches Training Institute (CTI).

Mike Tominna, Director of Innovation, DLA Piper

Mike Tominna has a long history in all aspects of legal technology, and leads innovation and digital transformation efforts aimed at achieving strategic business goals. He focuses on assessing internal and external customer requirements, then translating them into solutions that provide competitive business advantage. Key duties include current and future state mapping, organizational change management, technology assessments, implementation and reinforcement.

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