More legal departments are seizing the opportunity to implement legal operations programs to lower spend and increase efficiency. Amid this legal ops movement, one organization, the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC), has emerged as both a catalyst for change and an ongoing example of the movement’s success.

CLOC is an organization with corporate legal ops leaders as members who aim to optimize legal services delivery models and share knowledge. As it has grown, the group’s work has helped define what skills and focuses are needed for law departments to make legal ops work and allowed a community to form around operations.

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