Janders Dean will be running a #LegalServiceDesign Jam in parallel to the Janders Dean Legal Transformation Conference in Sydney this coming Wednesday and Thursday, July 27 and 28. First conducted in London last May, LegalServicesDesign Jam adds a new dimension to the Legal Transformation Conference by, as Panicos Iordanou has described: “inspiring and enabling people to go beyond just sharing and discussing challenges and ideas to actually working on workable solutions to real problems right then and there.”
Follow live on social media
For those who can’t attend the event in person, a dedicated Twitter account will live tweet the proceedings @LawDesignJam — and a Twitter hashtag will be used for anyone wishing to interact with those participating in person in Sydney: #LegalServiceDesign
Leading Asia-Pacific legal services sector organizations taking part
Some of the Asia-Pacific region’s leading legal services sector organizations will play an integral part in the event including LexisNexis, Norton Rose Fulbright, Simpson Grierson, Minter Ellison, Allens, Legal Vision, LawPath, Maddocks, Herbert Smith Freehills, Federal Court of Australia, Seyfarth Shaw, WestPac, Telstra and Co-Squared.
Professionals from these organizations will participate as expert third-party facilitators and will be putting their expertise on display before 200 attendees and the global legal services community via a variety of social media channels including Twitter.
Janders Dean a pioneer in cutting edge legal services practice management
Janders Dean is one of the first to introduce — and is widely considered to be the industry leader in — Service Design, Design Thinking, and Client Co-Creation.
With many of the Asia-Pacific region’s leading legal thinkers and leaders participating and sharing their unique perspectives, this event is a must-follow for legal services sector professionals throughout the world.
For more information about the event please refer to the Janders Dean Legal Transformation Conference website: http://sydney.jandersdean.com/ – and follow the #LegalServiceDesign Jam on Twitter at twitter handle: @LawDesignJam and hashtag: #LegalServiceDesign