The Risks and Opportunities of Outsourcing – Seminar

LISA and the LSE Lawyers’ Alumni Group are proud to invite you to a Seminar on Outsourcing   by Leslie Willcocks, Mary Lacity and Andrew Burgess, at the LSE Sheikh Zayed Theatre on Tuesday June 17th, 2014.


Prof. Willcocks is Technology Work and Globalization at the Information Systems and Innovation Group at the LSE Department of Management. Prof. Lacity is Curators’ Professor at theUniversity of Missouri-St. Louis, and visiting Professor at the LSE ISI Group, and Andrew Burgess is an industry expert in the field of Outsourcing. They have written a book entitled “The Rise of Legal Services Outsourcing” which they will be discussing during the seminar, with an array of topics of interest to the Information Systems and Legal Alumni communities.

The seminar is FREE for LSE Alumni. Places are limited – RSVP here

Date:  Tuesday June 17th, 2014
Location: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, London School of Economics and Political Science , Sardinia Street WC2A 2AE

About the Speakers:

Andrew Burgess is one of the most eminent sourcing consultants in the UK. Whilst working as Consulting Director at Orbys he developed and implemented sourcing strategies for global organisations, running sourcing programs and helping re-organise IT departments to maximise their value from sourcing. He is considered a leading authority in the growing Legal Transformation and Outsourcing market, working with his clients to help transform legal departments and law firms through the creation of world-class in-house and outsourced capability. He is also a regular speaker at LSO conferences and writes his own LSO blog.




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About Charles

Charles works as a business analyst in the financial derivatives sector. He has worked in market data and electronic trading as a software engineer and was recently involved in a startup company. Within LISA, he mainly focuses on building relationships with industry helping current and recent graduates in their careers. Charles is always on email.