• Connecting People: Outlining Your Path to a Connected Firm

The pandemic has redefined the nature of work forever. In industries, such as legal, where face-to-face engagement was the de facto standard, it’s more important than ever for firms to reimagine how people connect, collaborate, and share knowledge. Being a connected firm is something every firm strives for, but making it happen alongside competing initiatives is a challenge. This session will explore how firms are prioritizing their need to integrate people, processes, and data to become a connected firm.

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Pat Archbold (Moderator)

Vice President and Industry Group Leader, Legal
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Pat Archbold

Vice President and Industry Group Leader, Legal

Intapp

Pat Archbold brings more than 25 years of legal industry experience to the team. He consults with firms around the globe to solve complex business issues to help them drive successful client outcomes. Drawing on his deep background in risk management and familiarity with the challenges of technology change, Archbold partners with Intapp clients to ensure that changing business requirements are factored into Intapp OnePlace. He is a familiar voice in the industry, leading legal consortiums and roundtables around the world. Prior to joining Intapp in 2006 as employee #16, Archbold’s career spanned all aspects of technology for the legal market, including publishing, consulting, and software.

Tom Baldwin

Partner

Fireman & Company

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Tom Baldwin

Partner

Fireman & Company

With more than 20 years of experience in the legal industry, Tom Baldwin has established himself as a globally recognized thought leader and expert in practice management and economics, information management, legal technology, and knowledge management. During his career, he has held several C-level positions at leading Am Law 100 firms, including Cadwalader, Reed Smith, and Sheppard Mullin. In 2016, he was inducted as a Fellow into the College of Law Practice Management. In 2013, he was named by the National Law Journal to its inaugural “50 Business of Law Trailblazers & Pioneers” list.

As a Partner at Fireman & Company, Baldwin specializes in building and leading teams aimed at improving firm efficiencies, profitability, lawyer working practices, and user experiences. His career success stems from a deep understanding of law firm financials and business practices, which he strategically aligns with legal processes, lawyer behaviors, and best-of-breed legal technologies

Roger Flower Jr.

Chief Operating Officer

Thompson Coburn

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Roger Flower Jr.

Chief Operating Officer

Thompson Coburn

Roger Flower Jr. has served in senior leadership roles in law firms for more than 25 years, providing strategic guidance and leadership to firm leaders, lawyers, and all levels of staff. As Chief Operating Officer, Flower leads the business management of Thompson Coburn. He supervises the efforts of a team of skilled business professionals responsible for the finance, technology, marketing, operations, human resources, and other business functions of the firm. As the ranking administrative officer, Flower works directly with the firm Chairman on internal and external business priorities. He is a member of the firm’s Executive and Management Committees and ex-officio to all other firm committees.

Aaron Yowell

Partner, Chief Innovation Officer

Nixon Peabody

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Aaron Yowell

Partner, Chief Innovation Officer

Nixon Peabody

Aaron Yowell represents private, public, and nonprofit developers of multifamily housing, as well as private equity investors and family offices, with a particular focus on projects with unconventional financing structures. He works regularly with tax incentive programs and advises clients in all aspects of project development, new construction, rehabilitation, and operation, including acquisitions, dispositions, regulatory matters, public and private financings, joint ventures, and investments.

Yowell has been the lead counsel in several high profile recent affordable housing transactions, including the acquisition and refinancing of Spring Creek Towers, the largest HUD-subsidized property in the U.S. In his capacity as Chief Innovation Officer, Yowell is responsible for innovation across all aspects of the firm’s activities.

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