You know the story: everyone is looking for ways to reduce costs and increase time spent on high value work. As a result, many law firms and corporate legal departments are in search of tools that can move the ball down the field. And some have had success when it comes to transactional work. But did you know that artificial intelligence (AI) can help to achieve those goals in the litigation space?
This session will walk you through how we got from the beginning of AI to where we are today, explore the application of AI in the litigation space and look at where we’re heading in the future. LegalMation’s Tim Fox, chief information officer, and Stephanie Fox, senior director of client experience, will provide you with a solid foundation for understanding how AI fits into the litigation workflow and the ways it can be used to maximise your productivity and gain deep insight into your organisation’s own data.
Stephanie Fox, senior director of client experience
Stephanie Fox is the senior director of client experience for LegalMation where she is dedicated to liberating lawyers from routine litigation tasks. Prior to joining LegalMation, Stephanie served in a variety of roles at Thomson Reuters over a 16-year period, including strategy, product development, marketing, and customer relations. Previously Stephanie spent three years serving as a law librarian for LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae and seven years as a medical malpractice defence attorney in New Jersey. Stephanie earned her JD, master’s in library and information science, and BA in English from Rutgers University. Stephanie is a regular speaker at industry conferences on such topics as legal technology solutions, AI and law firm practice management.
Tim Fox, chief information officer
As chief information officer, Tim uses his legal expertise and background in software and technology to determine how best to build out LegalMation’s award-winning software solutions. Prior to helping form LegalMation, Tim was in private practice for more than seven years focusing on commercial and patent litigation. He began his practice at a mid-sized firm before moving on to Bryan Cave LLP and then to LTL Attorneys LLP, an award-winning litigation boutique. Through his practice, Tim acquired extensive skills in all facets of litigation, including obtaining multiple seven-figure trial decisions in his clients’ favour. He has argued cases before the California Court of Appeal as well as state and district courts throughout California and the Eastern District of Texas. Tim was named a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyer for 2016 to 2019. Tim is also a part-time professor at USC Law where he teaches fundamentals of legal writing and reasoning. Tim is a 2011 graduate of the University of Southern California’s Gould School of law. Prior to attending law school, he graduated first in his class from Cal Poly with a degree in Computer Information Systems and spent five years working in the corporate technology world providing DBA and integration services for Nestle/Dreyer’s managing their southwest regional operations.