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About the LDOProviding 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 sixth 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 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.
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