Legal departments are running more like a business, and the latest figures prove it.

Over half of law departments have a formal metrics or reporting program in place—a nearly 20 percent increase over last year. In fact, more than 56 percent of law departments have a formal metrics/reporting program in place, up from 34 percent in 2014, according to the results of the Blickstein Group’s Eighth Annual Law Department Operations Survey.

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