Why should Legal Departments make strategic plans? According to the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Legal Operations Maturity Model Toolkit, there are five primary reasons to engage in strategic planning.
Your Legal Intake & Triage framework can borrow a few best practices from the school of queue management – the study of how humans behave in line for a bank teller, an airline check-in counter or….a roller coaster.
The best legal technology can be doomed to fail without a purposeful plan for the human beings who will use it. Watch the webinar for tips for securing leadership support, fostering user involvement and overcoming your lawyers’ skepticism.
As you explore legal tech solutions, it’s imperative to get buy-in from your IT department. You are more likely to succeed if you understand the IT team’s concerns and go in prepared. We provide 10 questions to get you started.
Ensuring legal technology software meet appropriate information security standards is critical to any procurement decision, and this checklist will help you to move through the Q&A stage as quickly as possible.
Legal departments face a messy and mutating maze of regulations and a bigger workload. As the work expands, three options emerge: Hire more lawyers, spend more on outside lawyers, or find new ways of doing things.