A night to celebrate in-house innovation

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Last night, Canadian Lawyer InHouse celebrated the second annual Innovatio Awards with a sold-out crowd at Toronto’s Four Seasons Hotel.

The Innovatio Awards celebrate in-house legal departments that have embraced innovation and improved the way they practise in today’s complex environment. From running a department, to working with global partners and managing tight-budgets to achieve great outcomes, the winners represent the best practices from in-house departments across Canada. Honourees were peer-nominated, and finalists were selected by a venerated panel of judges

These awards were again judged by a panel of distinguised in-house counsel consisting of senior in-house counsel from 10 different Canadian public and private organizations.  Nominations for the Innovatio Awards, by and large, also came from in-house counsel, underlining our aim of holding an award show by and for in-house counsel.

Keynote speaker and legal tech innovator Jason Moyse shared his thoughts on innovation in the legal space and redefining the boundaries of what legal work really is.

Read more about the winner’s projects and programs in this month’s Canadian Lawyer InHouse magazine.

Hopefully you’ll be inspired to nominate your team or a great team that you’ve worked with for next year’s awards. Stay tuned for nomination details in the coming months.

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