The growth of corporate legal operations has been a common discussion topic in recent years, one that’s been felt from tech providers to law firms and more. Still, to Brad Blickstein, the publisher of the Law Department Operations (LDO) Survey, which is now in its 10th year, the ops explosion is still awe-inspiring, given that he was calling in personal requests to take the first survey in 2008.

“I feel like normally, the number of people who took a survey isn’t a terribly interesting data point. But to go from 34 to 128 in 10 years says a lot about what’s changed in legal ops over that time,” Blickstein said in an interview with Legaltech News.

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