Katsia is an Associate at Morae Global. She has worked on several legal transformation projects including IT reviews, external legal spend management assessments, and working practice behavioral observations studies. Prior to joining Morae, Katsia was an Analyst at JandersDean International. She was involved in numerous client engagements working with senior leadership at large in-house legal departments and private practice law firms in the UK, France, and Australia. Katsia has been responsible for providing in-depth analysis, project management, and creative and innovative solutions for clients.
Prior to that, she gained valuable experience as a marketing strategist and worked on successful business development initiatives. Katsia was also an Intellectual Property Legal Advisor at Sterling Law. Her international experience includes working in London, Amsterdam, and Minsk. Katsia is a mentor of the University of Miami Law Without Walls program, a founder of multiple start-ups, and a member of the UCL BaseKX Hatchery Accelerator. As a student, she has been participating in the annual scientific and research activities organization, appointed as the Ambassador of the Economic Summit at Warwick University, as well as has to be responsible for running the Model United Nations Conference. Katsia graduated from the Belarusian State University with an LLB and has undertaken a one-year International Law exchange program at the Charles University in Prague.
Contribution to Legal Tech
Katsia contributes to the legal technology community through her advisory and consulting in the professional services space, as well as through her role in legal design and technical development. She regularly works with international law firm and inhouse legal team management to strip back the waste from current processes and technology stacks. Katsia is involved in the identification of potential innovative interventions where workflow and decision-tree technologies can replace existing legacy approaches, and has been involved in developing some of the most complex multi-year technology roadmaps for law firms and legal departments. A champion of democratised data and intuitive design, Katsia also regularly works to develop bespoke tools in the access to justice space.