Technology continues to drive and change corporate America. For in-house counsel, technology also impacts the pace and intensity of the workplace. Increasingly, in-house lawyers do more with fewer people, and, for many, technology tools are not viable choices due to company budget constraints. However, the core role remains the same: Give sound, practical and timely legal counsel. Keith H. Mullen offers some tips and tools to help in-housers succeed in a 24/7 legal world
Technology Tools and Tips for In-House Lawyers
August 6, 2012
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