This online event is hosted by CIArb, entitled ‘Apps and Tech Tools for Mediators’ and takes place on 11 November 2021 from 1pm to 2pm UK Time. Please check your local time zone.
Join us to discover the range of apps and tech tools at mediators’ disposal.
Many office workers complain that the majority of their working time is consumed by mundane, repetitive tasks frequently performed on auto-pilot. While there’s yet no magic solution to fully eliminating these tasks, technology is providing a helping hand. To borrow from the famous 2009 Apple slogan – “There’s an app for that”. We just need to know what those apps are, where to find them and how to choose them (as frequently there are more than one in a given category). And so, here, the Mediation Tech Tracker is here to help.
In our next MTT webinar, we’re moving our attention to the practical aspects of technology for mediation. Specifically, we’ll be outlining a range of tech tools that can help you improve your processes, including apps to assist with:
Customer relations (surveying and communicating)
Social media automation
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We’ll also look at the following issues:
What is the impact of technology on delivering legal services?
How can we utilise the potential of automation in our mediation practice?
How do you choose software that’s best for you?
To learn all this and more, join our experts Nick Watson and Karolina Jackowicz on Thursday 11 November at 1pm. Let’s transform mediation so that it’s fit for the digital age.
Cost & Registration: Attendance is free of charge but pre-registration is required.
There are eight webinars in the Mediation Tech Track series taking place each Thursday between 14 October and 2 December 2021. Book your place for this and future webinars in the series.
Follow the Mediation Tech Tracker LinkedIn page to be kept updated on the series.
Karolina Jackowicz is a CEDR-accredited mediator and a UX designer and a legal tech entrepreneur. Karolina’s mission is to transform the mediation practice with innovative tools and a customer-centred focus, so it can better serve the needs of the digital economy.
This tech and design expertise combined with a passion for teaching and life-long learning result in Mediation Tech Tracker – your guide for the journey towards digitalising mediation.
Nick is the CEO of Ruby Datum (Virtual Data Rooms) and Legal Legends (Legal Tech Development Consultancy) and comes from a web development background building hundreds of advanced, bespoke projects across industries over a period of 10 years, including Law.
He regularly speaks at events and is passionate about User Experience with a strong emphasis on understanding human needs & behaviours to deliver exceptional tech.
He is an adviser for The Centre of Legal Innovation (Australia), co-authors the weekly wellbeing series for Society of Computers in Law, a mentor for Barclay's Eagle Labs & The Legal Forecast, and has collaborated with The Law Society.