Award-winning CNN Commentator Mel Robbins to Keynote Second Annual Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions Conference

25 July 2016

Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions business today announced that the keynote speaker for its second annual ELM Solutions user conference will be Mel Robbins, a recognized authority on employee engagement and motivation. The 2016 event, ELM16, will be held Sept. 20-22 at the Four Seasons Resort at Walt Disney World® in Orlando, Florida.

Robbins’ presentation will focus on the importance of collaboration and leadership – an important area to both corporate legal and law firms that seek to create more effective and efficient business partnerships. As an award-winning CNN commentator Robbins’ articles on human behavior drive tens of millions of page views for

Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions provides comprehensive technology solutions, in-depth data and analytics, and best-in-class professional services to help the largest and best-run legal and claims organizations address the intricate complexities they face and, ultimately, make better business decisions.

ELM16 is expected to bring together more than 200 legal, compliance and claims professionals from every major industry sector. Additional speakers will include:

William Henderson, professor, Indiana University, and expert on the influence of legal education and the changing economics and structure of the legal profession. His presentation will focus on Legal Analytics.
Gary Marchant, Regent’s Professor and Lincoln Professor of Emerging technologies, Law and Ethics, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. Marchant teaches and researches in the subject areas of environmental law, risk assessment and risk management, genetics and the law, governance of emerging technologies, and law, science and technology.
Mary Ann Hynes, general counsel, Archdiocese of Chicago. Ms. Hynes was the first female General Counsel of a F500 company, engineered numerous mega merger and was instrumental in establishing stock markets in Eastern Europe. Her keynote will focus on Diversity.
Daniel Katz, professor, Chicago-Kent teaches Civil Procedure, E-Discovery, and Entrepreneurial Lawyering and spearheads new initiatives to teach law students how to leverage technology and entrepreneurship in their future legal careers.

“Well recognized for her high energy and motivational presentations, we are pleased to have Mel Robbins be a part of our event, and support our efforts in helping legal departments build better relationships with their firms,” said Karen Sekley-D’Andrea, Head of Global Marketing for Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions. “ELM16 provides a unique forum for participants to connect, engage and collaborate in ways that will help them not only work smarter, but impact their overall business performance.”

The conference not only helps users of Passport® and TyMetrix® 360°enhance their use of these market-leading solutions for legal, compliance, and risk management, it will provide access to a number of industry experts who will be on hand to discuss the latest industry trends and best practices.

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