Anna Lozynski, L'oreal Australia & New Zealand

Anna Lozynski, L'oreal Australia & New Zealand
In-House Leaders 2020

general counsel

Anna Lozynski has transformed L’Oreal’s Australian and New Zealand team to become one of the most valued functions in the business, through her a commercial, pragmatic, and solutions-orientated approach to law and collaborative style of leadership.

Under her leadership, L’Oreal A/NZ Legal has developed a range of self-service apps to automate routine tasks such as NDA’s, promotions T&Cs, influencer agreements, supply agreements, employment agreements, and artwork review. Also introduced were electronic approvals, e-signature, and automated advice on independent contractor regulations. The legal apps, which can be accessed by A/NZ businesses, virtually without legal touch, 24/7, dramatically cut the cost, time, and error rates of thousands of legal tasks at L’Oréal ANZ, improving client satisfaction, higher employee engagement, productivity, and governance. Another initiative led by Lozynski is the development of a performance measurement system, which allows the team to communicate quantitatively to executives. More recently and notwithstanding COVID-19, Lozynski and her team has collaborated with ACC Australia and The Learned Crew, as one of the pilot company participants in Melbourne, to offer a law student an in-house clerkship on a flexible basis – the new normal.

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