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Training & Development

Support your team with targeted professional training Current reality Many In-House Legal Departments do little to onboard new hires, missing an opportunity to activate and engage new team members. And once on-board, these departments typically offer fragmented training opportunities, or worse, rely

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Technology

Innovate, automate, and solve problems with technology Current reality In-House Legal Departments often rely on manual, time-consuming, and fragmented point solutions. They may lack an overall technology vision and are deploying costly applications that are underused and disconnected from the team’s workflow. Desired

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Strategic Planning

Current reality Many In-House Legal Departments are completely short-term and reactive in their planning, guided by the incoming work rather than larger strategic priorities. Desired state Set department mission/vision and develop strategic priorities that serve the needs of your department and the

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Service Delivery Models

Match the right work to the right resource Current reality In-House Legal Departments often assign work indiscriminately today, sending it to a “default” firm or vendor. This can lead to increased cost and diminished speed and quality. Desired state Create a complementary

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Project/Program Management

Launch and support special programs and initiatives Current reality Most In-House Legal Departments lack specialized program management skills and experience, making it difficult for them to implement effective initiatives at scale. Desired state Design, implement, and lead department-wide and company-wide initiatives that

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Practice Operations

Free up your legal teams through focused practice operations Current reality In many In-House Legal Departments, lawyers often wear many hats out of necessity and end up handling tasks that don’t require a legal degree. Tasks often aren’t assigned strategically or with