Full Name
Katherine Lowry
Job Title
Chief Information Officer
Speaker Bio
Katherine Lowry serves as the Chief Information Officer for BakerHostetler. She has a proven track record in aligning business strategy and digital imperatives to deliver critical solutions to law firms and corporate legal departments, creating operational stability, reducing highly manual workflows, operationalizing risk management, gaining competitive advantages through transformation, and creating data enriched client experiences by embracing innovative strategies. Lowry is an award-winning thought leader for execution of complex initiatives, maximizing high-performing team capabilities, inspiring creativity to navigate challenging situations while continuously achieving extraordinary outcomes through ingenuity, collaboration, and scaling of services to support secure enterprise growth, and organically through mergers and acquisitions. Recently, Lowry was recognized as the 2022 Most Innovative Intrapreneur at the Financial Times Innovative Lawyer Awards for using IT as a business enabler through her role in co-creating and leading IncuBaker, one of the first captive ALSP’s focused on legal innovation and legal tech consulting serving corporate legal departments and their digital transformation, privacy management, data initiatives, and use of emerging technologies such as Generative AI. Katherine was also elected to the Fellows-Elect Class of 2022 for the College of Law Practice Management and selected by Relativity for its first annual list of AI Visionaries in 2022. She serves as Co-Chair of the Emerging Technology team of BakerHostetler’s Digital Assets and Data Management Group and leads the firm’s legal technology consulting and innovation team, IncuBaker, which is known for helping lawyers navigate the intersection of digital business, emerging technology and the law. This team serves corporate legal departments across every industry to support their digital transformation, privacy management and data initiatives.
Katherine Lowry