Legal Operations Trends to Watch: 2021 Survey Results
Historically, law firms and legal departments served as advisory centers for clients and business units seeking legal advice. As organizations become more streamlined – and with departments expected to do the same – they’re now seen as value drivers for their stakeholders. And the function of legal operations addresses this shift.
Now, firms and departments are tasked with actively managing their operations more like the clients and business units they serve. This means reviewing and analyzing current practices, changing them when appropriate, and reorganizing certain procedures to maximize operational efficiency and lower costs.
In this webinar, we will analyze and discuss the findings from Bloomberg Law’s third annual Legal Operations Survey, which asked attorneys from both law firms and in-house legal departments about the state of legal operations in their organizations.
Join us as we explore trends in legal operations and what they may mean for your organization and the future of the legal field.
- Understand the current state of legal operations leadership within organizations, including common roles involved in legal operations, factors considered within legal operations practices, and how the success of these practices is measured
- Understand the use, purpose of, and composition of multi-disciplinary teams
- Understand the evaluation techniques used to measure the effectiveness of outside counsel
- Review the latest insights on alternative fee agreements, including which are the most popular as well as common reasons for and against using them
Who would benefit most from attending this program?
- Law firm attorneys who are interested in legal operations or who are responsible for tech procurement, operations management, or retaining outside counsel
- In-house counsel leaders who are interested in legal operations – or who are responsible for legal operations management
- Other legal field professionals responsible for legal operations practices, operations management, technology selection and implementation, and other related areas