Below is the introduction to Data & Analytics: Transforming Corporate Legal Departments. The complete report is available on the ALM Intelligence website.

The role of general counsel has undeniably changed in recent years, both in terms of scope and importance within the corporate suite. The rise of the empowered general counsel — a department leader that is simultaneously legal advisor, risk and crisis manager, corporate conscience, and strategic business partner — has resulted in corporate legal departments becoming integral to enterprise decision-making.

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