From our front row seats, there is an ever-increasing opportunity for in-house lawyers to be more purposeful and creative in charting the path by which they can—and should—expand their reach and influence as business partners.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused all industries to rethink operating models, and this certainly includes legal. Companies cannot afford to invest in workflow that can’t be scaled or optimized—including the law department. A static legal department will struggle to keep pace with the speed of digital business. The costs of time-consuming manual processes, lack of transparency across the full spectrum of legal work, and inefficient use of resources—are far too great.

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