From courtroom decorum to case discovery and client confidentiality, the legal space is arranged around the definitive contours of its set procedures and best practices. And with the advent of legal technology, there has been a growing focus on implementing standards for more modern operations, from the Legal Cloud Computing Association’s cloud security standards to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedures Amendments (FRCP) on e-discovery and electronically stored information.
But there is still much to be done in the way of tech-centric workflows and processes at legal departments and law firms. The task is the focus of a recently announced partnership between the nonprofit Legal Technology Core Competencies Certification Coalition (LTC4), which offers learning plans and certifications to establish and improve efficiencies of workflow practices, and the nonprofit Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC), which assists legal operation professionals and corporate legal industry firms and vendors in optimizing support processes for legal departments which they serve.
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