Learn how to increase legal ops maturity in CLOC’s Core 12 functional areas in this ACEDS webinar sponsored by Casepoint next week!
Next Tuesday, January 31st at 1pm ET, ACEDS will host the webinar How to Increase Legal Ops Maturity in CLOC’s Core 12 Functional Areas (available here), sponsored by Casepoint. Here’s what we’ll discuss in this webinar:
- Today’s state of Legal Ops and the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) Core 12
- How to overcome challenges presented by big data, data privacy regulations, and cyber attacks
- How to achieve operational maturity by focusing on eDiscovery, Compliance, and Risk (ECR) management maturity.
- How leveraging an Enterprise eDiscovery Maturity Model uniquely helps corporations achieve not only eDiscovery maturity, but overall operational maturity across all 12 functional areas of the CLOC Core 12.
I’m excited to be presenting with Len Robinson, Head of Computer Forensics and E-Discovery at Delhaize America and Jessica Robinson, Vice President of Operations at Casepoint. Meet the Robinsons – and me – next week!
Today’s corporate legal departments are facing tremendous headwinds that require legal teams to develop more efficient operations. With the growing importance of Legal Operations in corporations, there is a sprint toward increasing operational maturity within legal departments. In order to “do more with less” cost-effectively, legal teams will need to focus on ways to optimize efficiency and maturity in all 12 of CLOC’s core functional areas. Register here to learn how to increase legal ops maturity in CLOC’s Core 12 functional areas!
So, what do you think? Is your organization looking to improve your legal ops maturity? If so, join us and attend the webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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