Join LexisNexis® and industry thought leaders at Legalweek 2023 for an inside look at groundbreaking developments in legal technology and workflow strategies.

Visit us at Booth 2101 in Americas Hall 1 for an inside look at how we’re creating a connected world one strategic investment, product release, and integration at a time.

LexisNexis® Educational Tracks

After you register for Legalweek, add these informative sessions sponsored by LexisNexis to your schedule.
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Monday, March 20

Reshaping the Legal Profession: Thriving in the Age of Generative AI & ChatGPT
1:30 PM – 4:45 PM | Sutton North

Generative AI has taken the legal world by storm in recent months and with its capabilities and sophistication advancing at a rapid pace, many are wondering how this powerful tool can be applied to the legal profession. The most notable leader in this space is Opentext with their leading technology ChatGPT, and whether it’s within legal contracts or its use in the courts, the impact could entirely change the way the legal industry moves forward. Join us for this three-hour workshop that will break down:

  • What is Generative AI and how does it work?
  • The legal applications of Generative AI and potential ethical and legal issues
  • Future of Generative AI and where can it take the legal industry long term?


  • Jeff Reihl, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, LexisNexis
  • Danielle Benecke, Founder & Global Head of Machine Learning, Baker McKenzie
  • Aaron Crews, SVP Analytics & AI, United Lex
  • Foster Sayers, General Counsel, Pramata
  • Illona Logvinoca, Associate General Counsel – McKinsey

Tuesday, March 21

Creating a Connected World: How Integrated Technologies are Reforming the Industry
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM | Trianon Ballroom

As law firms increase their efforts to modernize the way they deliver legal services to in-house clients, tech companies are faced with the challenge of bridging the gap. In order to meet customers where they are, solution providers are investing in more content, data, and technology to restructure and integrate workflows. This session will discuss innovations with machine learning and AI, and how tech companies are positioning themselves to create a connected world for law firms and in-house legal departments.


  • Jeff Reihl, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, LexisNexis
  • Patrick DiDomenico, Founder & President, InspireKM Consulting
  • Sheetal Gupta, Chief Information Officer
  • Suzanna O’Donohue, Vice President Sales, LexisNexis

Wednesday, March 22

Tackling Legal Research and the Abyss of Information
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM | Sutton South

Attorneys must wrangle endless amounts of resources during fact-specific litigation research, forcing them to piece together data across multiple websites and products. From finding the proper terminology to combing through a myriad of resources in disparate systems, the process can be time-consuming and inefficient. Using the correct technologies can help users minimize where they search for data and find the specific materials that address their case’s topics, facts, and issues more quickly and precisely. This session will focus on empowering litigation professionals to feel confident in their research strategies and best practices for getting fast, intuitive, and actionable insights.


  • Mark Koussa, Principal Product Manager, LexisNexis
  • Anna Casey, Solutions Consultant, LexisNexis
  • Mike Stefanelli, Knowledge Management Attorney, Perkins Coie
  • Paula Prudenti, Director, Library & Info Services, Milbank

Streamlining the Drafting Process
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM | Sutton South

Growing client expectations continue to pressure lawyers to do more with less, making efficiency more important than ever. Streamlining the drafting process with the right technology is one way to ensure attorneys deliver enhanced legal services and spend more time providing legal advice. While the technology is out there, and in-house legal departments struggle to find solutions to meet them where they are. Join LexisNexis and legal thought leaders as they discuss best practices for simplifying the drafting process, digital negotiation, and improving the user experience and business relationships through uninterrupted workflows.


  • Aaron Pierce, Vice President Product Management, LexisNexis
  • Olga Mack, CEO Parley Pro, LexisNexis
  • Jessica Williams, Sr. Operations Manager, Hearst
  • Anta Cissé-Green, General Counsel, IEEE

Follow the Money: Use Outcome-Oriented Analytics to Keep Clients Happy & Win
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM | Sutton South

In order to build winning and lucrative litigation strategies with outcome-oriented analytics, attorneys need access to superior research solutions and accurate data. In this session, thought leaders will examine new developments and trends in legal analytics and how to find the information litigators need most—the money trail, case resolutions, and trustworthy data.


  • Gina Lynch, Chief Knowledge and Innovation Officer, Paul Weiss
  • Dai Wai Chin Feman, Director of Commercial Litigation Strategies and Corporate Counsel, Parabellum Capital
  • Karl Harris, CEO Lex Machina, LexisNexis
  • Carla Rydholm, Sr Director of Product Management Lex Machina, LexisNexis

View full Legalweek 2023 agenda on the conference website.