FileMan Webinar

The Digital Productivity Revolution For Barristers

FileMan host a fascinating review of how the working-from-anywhere culture has revolutionised collaboration and productivity tools across law chambers.

About this webinar

It often seems like the bar is overlooked by the legal innovators when most of the technology resources, digital advancements and infrastructure investments are earmarked for larger law firms. One data management company is bucking the trend with a specific focus on how they can play a significant role in helping Barristers to advance the rule of law.

During the pandemic, FileMan saw how the Bench relied heavily upon Barristers for skilful and meticulous advocacy to explore the real issues when protecting individuals’ rights. That motivated the FileMan team to develop a digital collaboration platform that accelerates technology advancement across law chambers without the costs.

In this webinar you’ll learn more about:

  • data security and privacy risks for paper-less remote working;
  • electronic records management for paper-less compliance; and
  • disbursable collaboration platforms for paper-like productivity.

FileMan and BundlePro’s panel of experts will discuss how Barristers can get all the digital benefits without the costs:

  • John van Rooyen, Director of Global Sales – FileMan & BundlePro
  • Susan Kratzer, General Manager of BundlePro

Who will be attending?

Barristers, Lawyers, Barrister Clerks, Law Clerks, Legal Executives


12:00-13:00 AEST / 14:00-15:00 NZST, 9 November 2022

Limited places are available - Law Chambers personnel - Register Now to gain access to this important webinar!

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