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RSG’s Big Questions: Can and Do Lawyers Really Innovate?

RSG’s Big Questions: Can and Do Lawyers Really Innovate?

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

12:00-1:00pm

Pound 102

Reena Sengupta

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Join us for an engaging discussion about legal innovation and what role, if any, lawyers have in this space from an expert consultant and founder of the Financial Times Innovative Lawyer Awards.

About Reena SenGupta:

Reena founded RSG Consulting in 2001 to provide research and consultancy to law firms and in-house counsel. With over 20 years experience of business and the City, she is known as one of the leading analysts of the legal profession.

As editor and publishing director of Chambers & Partners Publishing in the mid-nineties, she devised the research methodology behind the Chambers’ guides to the legal profession and launched the first Chambers Student and Chambers Global guides.

In 2005, she came up with the idea of ranking lawyers on innovation, which has become the FT Innovative Lawyers reports and awards. She is a long-time contributor to the Financial Times and helped to establish the paper’s Law & Business page in 2001.

Reena has experience of both big and small businesses and spent the early nineties working in investment banking and rescuing a family business out of the teeth of that recession.

A journalist and entrepreneur, Reena was a finalist in the Asian Women of Achievement Awards in 2009 for media professional of the year. She is responsible for coming up with the ideas for a number of ground-breaking projects for both clients and RSG Consulting. Among these are the RSG India Report, the 21st Century series of reports for Eversheds and the Innovative GC Club. A regular public speaker on innovation and the legal profession, she recently completed the Meyler Campbell Elements coaching programme.