The Legal 500
Legal Tech Pulse 2024
February 26 2024
11:00 am UTC (GMT)
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Legal Tech Pulse 2024
In collaboration with Thomson Reuters, we will be discussing the latest challenges for in-house legal teams.
Taking a detailed snapshot of the current Legal Tech state of play, we’ll be discussing the findings from the upcoming Legal Tech Pulse report.Such as:
1. Legal tech spend and the difficulties of implementation
2. What are the big bets and where will investments be made in legal tech to solve for existing challenges?
3. How are in-house teams planning for Gen AI solutions and what are their current perceptions?
Join Alexandra Graydon, Associate General Counsel at Thomson Reuters, and the Legal 500 Editorial team for a lively discussion into these pressing issues.
Alex Graydon, Associate General Counsel at Thomson Reuters
Alex is an experienced commercial lawyer and a legal innovator, with over 25 years in the legal profession. She started her career as a corporate & commercial law knowledge manager in a City law firm. She then joined Sweet & Maxwell, a leading legal publisher and part of Thomson Reuters, where she developed and edited books and journals for the legal profession.
After working in private practice for some time, Alex returned to Thomson Reuters and is now Assistant General Counsel in the Customers & Commercial Practice Group. In this role, she leverages Thomson Reuters AI, automation, and knowledge tools and solutions to transform the delivery of legal services and enhance customer experience
Natalie Salunke, General Counsel, Zilch
Natalie Salunke is a member of The O Shaped Lawyer steering board and has been managing legal teams in-house for over 12 years. Currently working as a “fractional GC”, she has experience of running the legal function for a number of diverse organisations including Zilch, a leading consumer finance provider; RVU, owner of the well-known price comparison brands Uswitch and Confused.com; Fleetcor, a US-listed global provider of specialised payment products; the US’s largest car rental company, Enterprise Rent-A-Car; for US-listed cloud software provider, NetSuite (now part of Oracle); and was Group Head of Legal and Company Secretary of Venda, a UK-based eCommerce SaaS provider. In these roles she has been responsible for all company legal matters including adopting an advisory role in relation to the group’s shareholders, board of directors and executive management. Natalie became Head of Legal at Venda at the age of 27. Before then, she worked in Travelex’s legal team based in London, having trained at international city law firm, Taylor Wessing.
In her spare time she is a visiting lecturer at The University of Law, a non-executive director at Middlesex County Cricket Club, and a trustee of the Young Urban Arts Foundation, a charity which exists to empower young people through the arts, and Kent Union, the charitable arm of her former university, The University of Kent. Natalie is passionate about putting the “human” into law and can often be found speaking at conferences and mentoring other members of the professio