Real Estate: The LegalTech Landscape
Tuesday 8th March 2pm GMT | 9am EST 

Which law firms are best placed to capitalise on a rapidly growing real estate sector ($10 trillion at the start of 2021)?  Which real estate departments excel at retention and recruitment, day-to-day practice innovation, ESG and competitive differentiation in today’s market?

Is LegalTech a panacea for real estate?  No.  Can LegalTech, when combined with the right mindset and culture materially drive a real estate department forward?  Yes.

In this real estate focused webinar, knowledge lawyers from Travers Smith and Forsters together with Innovation PSLs from Clarilis will be discussing the challenges of today’s market, including the great resignation, and the LegalTech firms are using to meet those challenges. 

In a document-heavy transactional environment like real estate, a great place to start is drafting automation. How can firms get high quality first drafts to clients quicker and without burning the midnight oil?

The webinar will also include an opportunity to see deep automation of real estate suites in practice, including a lease suite, sale suite, construction suite and report on title. 

The panel will be hosted and facilitated by Clarilis' CEO, James Quinn and the panel will feature:

James Quinn

James Quinn

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Sarah Faull
Knowledge Counsel
Travers Smith

Sarah is knowledge counsel in the commercial real estate department at Travers Smith. She helps lawyers and clients keep up to date on a wide range of real estate matters, including landlord and tenant, development, sales and acquisitions, corporate restructuring, and real estate finance work. She answers fee-earner queries from her team and across the firm, maintains and expands the real estate knowledge resources, drafts and updates real estate precedents, writes articles for external publication, and provides internal training.

Sarah trained at Clifford Chance, qualifying in 2008, and joined Travers Smith as knowledge counsel in 2017.  


Miri Stickland, Knowledge Development Lawyer, Forsters LLP_

Miri Stickland
Knowledge Development Lawyer

Miri is responsible for the provision of professional support to the Commercial Real Estate group at Forsters. She co-ordinates the group's learning and development programme, provides technical legal updates, updates on market trends and changes in practice and general industry know how. She is also responsible for the maintenance of the group's precedent bank and coordinated the first use of Clarillis for real estate documentation. Miri is also host of the Forsters’ podcast ‘More Than Law’ where she interviews guests from across the firm on a variety of legal topics.

Ruth Morris-new

Ruth Morris
Innovation PSL

Ruth is a real estate lawyer with more than 20 years’ experience in high value property transactional work. 

She trained in Cambridge and worked in London for nine years before becoming a partner at Birketts.  She joined Clarilis in 2020.

At Clarilis, Ruth focuses on real estate and construction automations for clients. She acts as the main point of contact for clients and takes overall responsibility for delivery of automation projects, ensuring all client's requirements are met.


Charlotte Dwight

Charlotte Dwight 
Innovation PSL

Charlotte was previously a Senior Associate in Gowling WLG’s real estate commercial development and investment team, where she acted for institutional investors, landlords and developers across a range of asset classes and transaction types. She also has experience in specialist real estate finance and litigation practices from her early career at Clifford Chance.

Charlotte's role at Clarilis combines project-management, relationship-building and logic-writing. Acting as the main point of contact for clients, she is responsible for the successful delivery of real estate and construction automation projects.