Intentional or not, the adage “do as I say, not as I do” is in practice at many organizations today when it comes to technology.

While operational efficiency is a top priority for in-house attorneys in 2015, most corporate legal departments readily admit their organizations are in the early stages of process and technology maturation. For all the progress that corporate legal has made over the last few years to reduce costs and improve performance, data shows corporate legal departments still have work to do.

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