Adopting a best practice approach to outside counsel management will enable legal teams to manage costs and risks better, enhance service delivery, ensure strategic alignment, and demonstrate value.
The entire legal function benefits from structured intake and triage, streamlined workflows, accurate instructions, greater control of legal budgets and law firm engagements, as well as optimised document, email, and matter management.
To help in-house counsel navigate and improve the operations and performance of their legal function, Lawcadia has published this special whitepaper.
Financial services regulatory and compliance teams are facing work overload, stress and anxiety as they grapple with onerous new compliance and reporting rules, a ground-breaking new report has found.
In this interactive webinar, a panel of expert contributors from Engo, FYB and Lawcadia shared their insights, experiences, and practical ideas for Government legal teams looking to create efficiencies.
This webinar assists compliance and risk teams who are navigating the new AFSL / ACL regime. It demonstrates Fitzpatricks’ innovative approach to managing the volume and direct the flow of work arising from the breach reporting and other regulatory reforms.
RegTech are an emerging suite of technology solutions that assist organisations to navigate an increasingly complex corporate regulatory environment. This whitepaper explores the rise of RegTech and examines solutions for Regulatory Reporting and Compliance, along with Risk Management.
Join Lawcadia’s co-founder, Sacha Kirk, in an interactive and insightful ‘Fireside Chat’ with corporate counsel and cyber security lawyer, Annie Haggar. This 30 min recording explores the role of cyber security for in-house legal teams and private practice lawyers.
A strategic approach to sourcing is one way your legal department can enhance its legal operations to drive growth and achieve a competitive advantage for your company. In this whitepaper, we outline how to develop a right-sourcing strategy for your legal department with 3 steps.
Automation and self-service capabilities are effective tools in-house lawyers can utilise to transform the legal-intake and triage processes and increase efficiency, reduce costs and improve client service delivery.
In this article we share our personal insights into how in-house legal teams buy, manage, and evaluate legal services.
Greater attention and discipline on providing law firms with good instructions will improve spend predictability, accuracy and better outcomes. Discover how.
It is through the successful implementation and execution of matter-based fees that the industry can move beyond the billable hour. Across a range of industries, practice areas and work types this approach has been a winning strategy to balance outcomes with predictable billing.
In-house lawyers want to focus on what they do best: provide excellent advice and service to their clients and add value. Discover 5 ways the combination of matter management and no-code automation can help legal departments thrive.
Download our customisable PowerPoint deck to get access to our planning guide specifically for in-house legal teams with templates to capture your key objectives, strategies and plans.
To help legal teams design for the future we have created a design thinking workshop and canvas that helps corporate counsel and law firms identify challenges, explore opportunities and design solutions to meet the growing operational demands of the modern legal function.
For law firms that are looking to innovate, the most important first step is to accurately identify the problem to be solved, clearly articulate the pain points and then develop and investigate ideas for solutions. Drawing on our experience we have prepared a 6-step outline to help your firm get started.
Navigating the legal category can be challenging for those who are non-lawyers. We share our top tips and 6 steps to managing the legal category in this helpful infographic.
Local Government legal functions have different challenges and operational requirements to most other legal departments. In this webinar we demonstrate innovative and practical solutions specially designed to transform the Local Government legal function with a focus on efficiency and transparency.
This infographic highlights key insights for procurement professionals responsible for the legal category, including the unique challenges and shares tips for process and technology that can have a big impact.
Traditional procurement processes and purchasing systems simply aren’t effective in the legal category, and this webinar on-demand explores why this is the case and shares proven solutions that combine processes and technology to maximise value and provide oversight and control.
Developing achievable plans is critical as legal teams are now challenged to do sufficiently more with even less than they had before (the pandemic). We have prepared 7 strategies that have been proven to reduce legal costs, and what is more they can be implemented very quickly.
In this guide we outline how legal teams are optimising their service delivery, how technology is supporting them, and how to craft a practical plan for your own team’s transformation.
Don’t just take our word for it – access our case studies and see how we’ve helped one of Australia’s Big Four Banks lower their legal spend, transfer data more efficiently and eliminate annoying double ups.
E-billing is only part of the spend management equation – an efficient, holistic approach incorporates data, spend, scope and relationship management practices. This infographic brings it all together.
When “doing more with less” is the catch phrase for the legal team, clever legal spend management is essential. More than just e-billing, find out how managing scope and budget can control and lower costs.
Do you know your legal operations from your legal procurement? In collaboration with the Buying Legal Council, we break down the differing disciplines and highlight what each can offer your team.
Successful legal procurement all comes down to good planning. Here are 5 factors you need to consider when formulating your winning approach to engaging and managing law firms.
As the legal industry’s reliance on technology grows, so does its vulnerability to security attacks. Accordingly, the pressure on legal departments to institute and maintain reliable security processes is also rising.
The legal industry is undergoing a period of significant change. However, when a successful transition to digital isn’t assured, many legal professionals are reticent to explore and adopt new technology.
As economic conditions continue to bite, GCs all over the world are mandated with doing more with less. But when your headcount is low, how do you ensure standards and service delivery stay high?
Find out how Lawcadia can transform your legal operations.
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