Law Department OperationsProviding a Place for Law Department Operations
The Law Department Operations Survey was first created to give legal departments a consistent platform to benchmark themselves and shed light on the emerging profession of law department management.
Gauging the impact, trends and priorities of 21st century law department operations is the purpose of The Law Department Operations Survey and this online portal. Now in its fourth year, this unique survey focuses solely on the operations function and seeks to provide benchmarks that are useful to the largest law departments.
Created and supervised by InsideCounsel and Blickstein Group, in consultation with an eight-member advisory board from Fortune 300 companies and headed by David Cambria, Senior Director, Enterprise Information Management, CDW, Huron Legal has contributed as the name sponsor since the inaugural survey.
For more information on the full survey or to purchase the full results package, please contact Brad Blickstein at email@example.com.
Read about the 2012 Roundtable:
Incremental change still path to success, say law department operations managers
Special Thanks to ILTA for allowing us to host the discussion at their 2012 conference!
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View a web seminar on some of the 2011 Law Department Operations Survey results. Access is free.
As "Era of Prioritization" Begins for Law Departments New Opportunities to Drive Business Improvement and Cost Savings Abound
Based in Legal, with Enterprise-Wide Influence
When executives in the C-suite need knowledgeable, experienced people to help develop corporate-wide initiatives, they are increasingly turning to legal department operations managers.
Above and Beyond
An Expanded Job Description Has Many Law Department Operations Managers Providing Input, Expertise Organization-Wide, Latest Survey Finds.
Upfront investment of time and money can make it easier to deal with questions from C-Suite about legal department spending.
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