What will the seminar cover?

This is a session for those already using legal tech and those yet to understand how it can assist, even improve, the litigation process. You will gain tips from a legal tech expert, law firm partner, former Arup General Counsel and a barrister on how you stand to benefit from embracing legal tech and how to get your teams happy adopting it.

The speakers will host a live conversation to help you

  • Get your team and client legal tech savvy
  • Identify matters and documents suitable for eDiscovery and/or remote ADR processes or hearings
  • eBrief your barrister
  • Document share between parties securely and quality check for disclosure
  • Understand what the Australian Courts expect

Who should attend?

All law practitioners, especially commercial litigation lawyers as well as their clients and in-house counsel.


Kate Clark 

(CEO & Executive Director, Enhanced Litigation Management Solutions)

ELM Solutions is a consultancy assisting clients and law firms with electronic discovery from the identification stage through to presentation in Court. Kate has over 27 years’ experience in litigation support, including 7 years at Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now King & Wood Mallesons) and many years in management roles in eDiscovery providers and mid-tier law firms.

Jane O'Neill (Partner, Colin Biggers & Paisley)

As a partner in the Colin Biggers & Paisley insurance and financial services team, Jane’s practice extends to coverage and defence of claims, inquiries and investigations against a wide range of professionals, particularly those in the construction and financial services industries. She and her team regularly deploy legal tech to more efficiently run client matters.

Kiri Parr (Director, Kiri Parr Pty Ltd)

Following more than twenty years as a construction lawyer, initially in private practice and then fifteen years as the Regional General Counsel for Arup, Kiri established her own consultancy practice to work with clients to improve dispute resolution outcomes in the construction industry. Legal tech is one of the tools she believes can benefit clients.

Matthew Hickey OAM (Barrister, Level Twenty Seven Chambers)

An early adopter of legal tech, Matthew has been receiving eBriefs and participating in online dispute proceedings long before COVID made such tools more widely required. His considerable trial and appellate experience traverses high-profile, reputation-sensitive litigation for or against multi-nationals, public companies, external administrators and government entities across the breadth of commercial law.


The webinar video and podcast recording, as well as the transcript and PowerPoint are available here: https://www.level27chambers.com.au/seminars/the-joy-of-electronic-litigation/

Liability limited by a scheme approved under professional standards legislation