Nearly 75 percent of work for legal departments is handled internally, according to a recently released report. Keeping more work in-house has been the reality for in-house counsel for some time, and current and former in-house lawyers say it’s a trend that’s likely here to stay.

The results from the 19-page “General Counsel Up-at-Night” report are based on responses to an online survey conducted in spring 2017 from more than 200 U.S.-based general counsel and other in-house legal decision makers. With the release of the results, ALM Intelligence together with Morrison & Foerster aimed to shed some light on top concerns for general counsel and ultimately track trends within legal departments.

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