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Sanjay Kamlani

Sanjay Kamlani

Sanjay Kamlani is the managing director of 1991 Group. Sanjay Kamlani is an entrepreneur and legal industry leader. He currently serves as an advisor to law firms and in-house counsel on legal technology, business operations and global services solutions. Sanjay also advises private equity firms on acquisitions in the US/India cross-border services and technology space. Sanjay is the Co-Founder and former Co-CEO of the legal process outsourcing business, Pangea3, a Sequoia Capital portfolio company acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2010. Earlier, Sanjay was a founding management team member of OfficeTiger—the pioneer in off-shore professional support services outsourcing with operations in the United States, the UK, Philippines, Sri Lanka, and India–acquired in 2006 by R.R. Donnelley. Sanjay worked as a lawyer at PricewaterhouseCoopers in New York City from 1994 through early 2000, where he lead the firm’s India Business Network advising US multinationals on international business structures, acquisitions, and operations between the United States and India. Sanjay speaks frequently and is quoted widely on entrepreneurship, cross-border business management, legal process innovation, and offshore outsourcing. He has been featured in numerous media outlets, including American Bar Journal, The Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine, and CNBC. He has been recognized by The American Lawyer as a Top 50 Innovator in Big Law in the Last 50 Years and featured in the ABA Law Journal’s 100 Years of Law. Sanjay graduated from Duke University in 1991 with a BA in Economics and Public Policy and from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1994 where he earned a JD and served as an Associate Editor on the Law Review. Sanjay is admitted to the New York Bar.

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February 17, 2020

Inspire.Legal 2.0: Technology Procurement & Adoption

Carlos Gamez, Sanjay Kamlani, Lucy Bassli, and Haley Altman share guidance for easing the process of tech acquisition.