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Microsoft Viva brings intelligent Topics to Knowledge Management for Law Firms


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For those joining, the importance of knowledge management for law firms is likely to be clear already.

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This webinar will go into detail as to what the modern employee experience can deliver for knowledge management across the firm. AI features such as Topics (from Project Cortex) gives knowledge management a new dimension.

We’ll discuss the key challenges law firms are experiencing and how to overcome these:

  1. Data and knowledge silos caused by using lots of different systems and products.
  2. Poor search, complexity and poor user experience for contributing and consuming knowledge.
  3. Vastly increased demands for working more flexibly and remotely, while rapidly adopting cloud-based technology in a safe and secure manner.

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Speakers at this webinar

Krizia CeccobaoKrizia Ceccobao, Knowledge & Insights, Product Marketing Manager (Microsoft)

Krizia has recently moved into a new UK based role at Microsoft, as Product Marketing Manager for all things Knowledge & Insights, covering Project Cortex, Yammer, Streams and Workplace Analytics. 

Krizia is MBA graduate from IESE business school and passionate about marketing & digital business strategy. She joined Microsoft as a Sr. Technical Account Manager to help customers achieving their business goals while getting the most out of their IT investments. Focused on raising the awareness around cloud solutions and security best practices. Krizia was previously Senior Consultant at KPMG Advisory, Business Performance Services.


Alex East

Alex East, Modern Work Specialist (Microsoft)

Alex describes himself as a technology polymath who is always looking at how we can use technology to help us all achieve more.
His main focus currently is around our Modern Workplace and how we can gain better efficiencies and insights into how we work to improve our output and work/life balance.

Sometimes workplace technology can outpace the culture of our organisations and so I like to focus on how we can improve our technology to support a more inclusive, diverse and efficient culture, and vice versa. All technology we use must be secure and Alex has years of experience within the cyber-security landscape on understanding the threats we face.


Stuart Whittle

Stuart Whittle, Partner (Weightmans LLP)

Stuart is a true legal innovator, recently described as 'a living Action Man of legal innovation' by industry peers. Having qualified as a lawyer in 1995, he specialised in professional indemnity from then until he became the head of Weightmans' IT department ten years later. Stuart's interest in technology and innovation manifested itself early on in his career when, as part of the last seat of his training contract, he was assigned to work with the then IT Partner. During that time, he built a database to help deal with claims relating to a major piece of litigation and also created Weightmans' first intranet.

In 2002, he was promoted to Partner. From 2003 onwards, Stuart became involved in Weightmans' IT, designing, developing and rolling out case management systems across the firm. In 2005, he took on responsibility for Weightmans' IT department and in 2010 was promoted to IS and Operations Director and became a member of Weightmans' Board. Following Weightmans' strategic review in 2017, Stuart was appointed Business Services and Innovation Director with responsibility for Facilities, People and Knowledge, Business Change, Information Management and Technology, Innovation and Risk and Compliance.

Gabriel Karawani

Gabriel Karawani, Co-Founder (ClearPeople)

Gabriel is Co-Founder of ClearPeople and responsible for the overall technical vision as well as the Atlas product vision. He is the primary driver behind ClearPeople's partnership with Microsoft, having led the company's direction and drive to becoming a top-tier managed partner.

Gabriel has been the executive lead on a number of large-scale client engagements that have led to prominent UK and global awards, including Most Innovative Cloud Solution award for The Crown Estate and the Nielsen Norman Group Best Intranet award for Korn Ferry. Gabriel has a MSc degree in Engineering and has worked in the field of IT and software development since 1993.

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