Sukesh Kamra leads the firm’s Knowledge and Innovation team, overseeing a cadre of Practice Innovation lawyers and professionals, alongside the Library Services and Technology Learning and Development teams across all offices. In this pivotal position, Sukesh bears the responsibility of spearheading our initiatives aimed at achieving the pinnacle of operational efficiency. He accomplishes this through the strategic utilization of people, content, innovative technologies and the meticulous application of processes designed to optimize the delivery of legal services.
With an illustrious and award-winning career spanning over two decades, Sukesh is an adept architect of novel frameworks and approaches. His primary focus is on capturing and disseminating knowledge within our organizational fabric, benefiting both our internal stakeholders and esteemed clients. Furthermore, Sukesh plays a pivotal role as an influential figure within our Legal Services Centre, contributing to its success and operational prowess.
Sukesh holds a yellow belt certification in Legal Lean Sigma and Project Management.
Recognition and Awards
Excellence Award—Canada Law Awards
Lexpert Zenith Award—Change Agents in Law
Fastcase 50 Award—Innovation Visionary & Leader
Canadian Lawyer Magazine's Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers Changemaker: innovation and legal technology
International Legal Technology Association (ILTA)—Knowledge Management Professional of the Year Award
College of Law Practice Management—InnovAction Award
Sukesh is an active member of the Toronto Knowledge Management & Innovation Legal Forum, the International Legal Technology Association, the Toronto Law Firm Innovation Leaders Group, the National Legal Innovators Roundtable, the Legal Value Network and Law Vision’s Innovation and Value Leadership Roundtable.
Sukesh is also a member of both the Contract Express Document Automation User and Advisory Group and the Practical Law Canada Knowledge Management Advisory Board at Thomson Reuters.
He also sits on the firm’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and is a certified mental health first aid officer.