Corporate law departments are not only starting to deploy legal analytics with more frequency, they’re also leveraging the technology against increasingly complex tasks, according to a new survey by HBR Consulting.

Launched during last week’s Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) institute in Las Vegas, the survey was conducted over a period stretching from December 2018 to January 2019 and incorporates responses from senior legal professionals working in corporate law departments spread across 32 U.S. companies. One key takeaway? Analytics are advancing up the corporate agenda.

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