Strategic Planning and Technology

Strategic Planning and Technology to Enhance Your Legal Team: Legal Operations Trends

Legal operations has been an important theme lately, and Jim Gill of Hanzo discusses strategic planning and technology to enhance your legal team!

In the blog post titled Enhance Your Legal Department’s Performance with Strategic Planning and Technology (available here), Jim discusses how in-house legal departments, like any other business function, must be efficient and effective to deliver the best possible results. They must balance their workload, comply with regulatory requirements, and provide legal counsel to their organization in a cost-effective and streamlined manner. That’s where a Legal Operations professional can help, particularly by prioritizing strategic planning, technology, and information governance to ensure the department runs efficiently and provides the best value to the organization.

So, what do you specifically need to know about applying strategic planning and technology – not to mention information governance – to enhance your legal team? Find out here – it’s only one more click! And check out Jim’s first two posts in his legal operations series here and here! Strategic planning, technology, and information governance are three of the CLOC Core 12 functional areas for mature legal operations!

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So, what do you think? How does your organization address legal ops? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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