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  • Writer's pictureJulie Saliba

Welcome to Anna Turner: expands its team of document and process automation specialists

We recently welcomed automation specialist Anna Turner to team to help us expand our work with law firms and in-house legal teams on their legal technology and document automation initiatives.

Anna will be leading on client delivery at She brings 10 years’ of deep expertise when it comes to LegalTech implementation having worked as Software Solutions Director at Thomson Reuters previously. Anna was responsible for the strategic direction of the global professional services team leading multiple product lines from their legal technology stack, including Contract Express and HighQ DocAuto. She has successfully implemented and delivered international projects working with numerous law firms and in-house legal teams.

Anna is an expert in multiple systems and project management and a legal technology enthusiast, along with the rest of the team at During her time at Thomson Reuters, she was involved with a huge range of projects and organisations, resulting in her rare breadth of experience and unique perspective.

Anna said: “My role at will be working with project teams and stakeholders to ensure we really deliver for our clients. Our goal is to obtain the best results from every process automation initiative, driving organisations through success to expand their ambitions, and play a visible role in our clients' business success.’s Chief Innovation Officer Julie Saliba said: “Anna is such a valuable addition to our team. As well as outstanding legal technology experience with Contract Express and HighQ DocAuto, she also has a legal background and a proven track record of successful projects. We’re looking forward to her input and support at as we continue to grow.

If you are a law firm or in-house legal team looking for support with document and contract automation projects, schedule a call with one of the team here:

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