Not just an admin job
Fed up with the time you spend on admin? In-house legal administrators are a common phenomenon in the US but still a rarity this side of the Atlantic. Debra Rhodunda sets out factors to consider when hiring someone for the job
As a company’s legal needs change, managing attorneys and general counsel should consider how much time they spend on administrative tasks that take time away from client matters and managing outside counsel. Employing a legal administrator allows certain tasks to be delegated, freeing up attorney time for more substantial matters.
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