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On-Demand Webinar

How are Law Departments Innovating in 2022?

August 10, 2022 | 01 PM EDT

60 min

About the Webinar

Some of the biggest law departments in the world are embracing innovation, but what exactly does that entail?

Killer Whale Strategies Founder and legal startup investor Zach Abramowitz hosts a conversation with Christina Wojcik, Director of Legal Innovation at Citi, and Tyson Roy, Director of Legal Innovation at Liberty Mutual. The two will share their experiences on how legal departments are innovating.

What we’ll cover

  • The career path of in-house innovation professionals 
  • A better understanding of this role and what it entails 
  •  Key areas where legal departments can focus on innovation efforts. 
  • How to innovate during an economic downturn 
  • Practical tips to improving innovation outcomes 


Zach Abramowitz

Zach Abramowitz

Killer Whale Strategies Founder and Legal Startup Investor

Zach is a former M&A attorney turned startup founder. He founded Killer Whale Strategies to help companies capitalize on legal industry disruption. Their clients include AmLaw 100 firms, Fortune 500 companies, Big 4 and alternative legal service providers.

Christina Wojcik

Christina Wojcik

Director of Legal Innovation at Citi

Christina's career is focused on building solutions to solve critical legal and business challenges. By consulting on and implementing best practices, leveraging technology, outsourcing and creating innovative solutions to complex problems, she assists organizations in simplifying and standardizing processes, driving revenue, achieving cost savings and reducing risk across the enterprise.

Tyson Roy

Tyson Roy

Director of Legal Innovation, Liberty Mutual Insurance

Tyson Roy is the Director of Legal Innovation within Liberty Mutual’s Corporate Legal Department. He is responsible for leading initiatives that have the potential to transform the delivery of legal services at Liberty Mutual. Prior to his current position, Tyson spent nearly a decade and a half practicing law in various roles within private practice, as well as Liberty’s corporate in-house legal department. In his current role, Tyson seeks to leverage his prior experience to understand the needs of his colleagues better as they partner to explore innovative ways of providing world-class legal services.

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