Legal Department Operations:
Practice Notes
The use of technology to increase efficiency and key metrics for legal department operations.

A recent Thomson Reuters report identified that more than 52%* of legal departments have increased their use of legal technology over the past year.

As organisations look to become more efficient, keeping abreast of new technology and selecting what technology should be used by a legal department to improve productivity is a priority for leading legal departments.

Our team of experts have compiled a series of complimentary Practice notes to help you make informed decisions on the use of technology to increase efficiency, and evaluate key metrics for legal department operations.

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