Wednesday, November 9, 2022
12:30pm - 1:30pm AEDT
1 CPD Point
The past several years has seen small law firms across Australia experience a rapid rate of change and disruption in the markets that they operate in. To remain afloat and maintain success during such uncertain times, it is essential that small law firm leaders closely monitor the market trends of the small law sector.
To address this critical need, Smokeball Australia are pleased to deliver the 2022 State of Small Law Webinar. Join Smokeball Chief Revenue Officer, Jane Oxley as she is joined by Andrea Foot, Non-Executive Director and Executive Coach, Leaf Logic, as they present the key findings of the 2022 Smokeball State of Small Law Survey.
· Top 5 Challenges Small Law Firms Have Faced in The Last Year
· Top 5 Priorities for Small Law Firms Over the Next 12-Months
· Shifting Approaches to Hybrid Work
· Rates of Technology Adoption and it’s Influence on Profitability
Jane is passionate about helping small law firms work towards a more productive, profitable, and less stressful practice. Having worked in the legal field for her entire career, Jane has a strong affinity with small law firms and the crucial role they play in the communities they serve.
Jane also understands how the right technology can help small law firms achieve better outcomes for their clients and their bottom-line.
Andrea combines her practical experience of building and leading technology businesses along with a coaching perspective in her work with organisations. She now helps leaders and their teams as they work to adapt, survive and thrive in times of economic and global uncertainty. Whether she’s acting as a non-executive director, an executive coach or a strategic advisor, she applies a blend of practical, coaching and systems-psychodynamic lenses to help leaders resolve the complex challenges facing them.
Her work encompasses Boards, c-Suite leaders, business owners and their teams, especially in support of individual progression, senior role transition and organisational change. She is an INSEAD alumni and a member of Group Relations Australia.