In this issue, InsideCounsel’s editors tackle the concept of innovation—finding solutions for common and urgent problems we face within the practice. While in-house counsel can (and will) have strong feelings about this, without a strong foundation, our attempts at innovation will often fall flat.
Many in-house attorneys will confess that organization is a struggle. This problem becomes more pronounced under stressful and hostile conditions. A phalanx of fast-moving and stressed clients can tax even the most finely honed system. For those in small or solo legal departments,
the issue is even more noticeable.