2013 Chief Legal Officer Survey
Corporate law departments continue to pursue cost control in legal service delivery, with a clear emphasis on internal change, according to over 200 Chief Legal Officers (CLOs) who participated in the Altman Weil 2013 Chief Legal Officer Survey.
“Chief Legal Officers are trying to find a new, more cost-effective and efficient balance of resources. They are reformulating the mix of in-house lawyers and staff, outside law firms, new technology tools, and non-law-firm vendors, in order to deliver quality and value to their corporate client,” says Altman Weil principal and survey author Daniel J. DiLucchio."
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