ILTA Product Briefing:

Banking and Finance teams; the more complex the matter, the greater the impact of deep automation 


13th December 2021 -
11am (EST) | 4pm (GMT)

For many banking and finance teams drafting automation is now a core  element of client delivery.  With both bespoke and pre-automated content, Clarilis are helping law firms of all sizes to improve margins and recovery rates, whilst reducing the risk of burnout in banking and finance teams.  Hear more about how to automate banking and finance documents, including security packs, legal opinions and facility agreements of all types. 

Speakers will share insight into how they have helped law firms deal with increased workload and pricing pressures by taking days out of the drafting process, thereby freeing up time to focus on the parts of the deal that really make a difference.   You will also see how to achieve this with a demonstration of an automated Facility Agreement and associated security documents.




Paul Dansey
Customer Success Manager, Clarilis

Paul has been in technology roles for over 25 years and has been a key part of the Clarilis team for over three of those.  In his role he works with firms and companies to analyse and demonstrate the value that the Clarilis solution will bring.


Paul came to this position via a background with a range of software companies including BMC, Oracle, xMatters, Tealeaf, Marimba and Parametric Technology.


Emma Fear
Head of Legal,

Emma leads our team of PSLs and Document Analysts, who are responsible for implementing and managing automation projects for our clients.

Prior to joining Clarilis, Emma worked as a corporate and commercial solicitor at Shoosmiths and also in-house at Saint-Gobain. Emma has over six years’ experience in delivering successful automation projects across a range of law firms and in-house legal teams.

Nicky Ellis, Financing PSL, Clarilis

Nicky Ellis,
Innovation PSL,

Nicky is a professional support lawyer whose background is in Finance, Restructuring and Corporate Insolvency. 

Nicky trained and qualified at Slaughter and May, where she worked for over a decade, developing a keen interest in the transformative power of legal technology and its application in Financing transactions, alongside a broad Financing and Restructuring practice.



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