As a Legal Technologist you will be responsible for supporting the delivery of solutions & projects to clients across the company.
Key responsibilities and challenges
- Providing coordination of projects, assistance in the end-to-end planning, development, delivery and improvements.
- You should have the ability to identify the most effective combinations of people, process and technology. Where required, the role will include the coordination and management of third party or other internal technology development experts.
- Record keeping of product development
- Configuration of Client Portals, including working on effective user experience and tailoring sites to clients' needs for example with data visualisation.
- Researching and providing insights on legal technology tools and trends, together with advising on opportunities to leverage developments for the benefit of the firm and our clients
- Building strong relationships with our lawyers across various specialist areas and supporting them with coaching on legal technology and new ways of working.
- Collaboration with our lawyers and other key stakeholders to identify opportunities to improve existing processes and to ensure that solutions are developed in line with client expectations, practice group objectives, the firm's strategic goals, taking into account developments in the legal tech market.
- Delivering presentations, demonstrations and training on existing products and market intelligence on technology tools to our lawyers and clients.
- Drafting and designing marketing materials.
- Promoting the firm by participating in external legal events such as hackathons and attendance at conferences and events. The list of duties and responsibilities above is not exhaustive. It is intended to describe the general content of, and requirements for, the performance of this job. As such, the role may also include the undertaking of additional tasks as required.
- Prior experience working in an innovation function within a commercial law firm on projects involving use of collaboration platforms and legal technology solutions, including document, workflow and process automation, data visualisation (Contract Express, HighQ,), machine learning document review and extraction tools (Kira), electronic signatures platforms (DocuSign) and no code technology (Bryter).
- Previous experience of deployment of solutions using our Legal Technology platforms, (such as HighQ and Kira) and experience of end-to-end project delivery essential.
- Working knowledge and awareness of the current legal technology landscape, and of best practices and developments in AI-enabled and automated legal technologies, and the ability to apply this knowledge to promote continuous improvement.
Educated to degree level in a Law or Computer Science discipline or equivalent (Legal training preferred).
Legal Technologist - Partly Remote / Partly in London - Permanent - £45,000 - £55,000