From Rhetoric to Reality: Building a Culture of Diversity in the Legal Profession

Legal professionals give a lot of lip service to the importance of diversity and inclusion, yet moving the needle in those areas is challenging. Fortunately, there are ways you can change biased hiring and professional practices in order to transform your organization into a more inclusive and prosperous business.

How to Manage the Unexpected Resignation of a Key Legal Employee

In every legal team, resignations are inevitable – regardless of how valued your employees may feel. There is a lot to consider when a key employee resigns, and your first instinct may be to focus only on immediate workload, but it’s also important to make a long-term planning a priority.

A Framework for Recognizing and Overcoming Implicit Bias in the Legal Profession

If you’re human, you have biases. There’s no way to change this—the human brain is evolutionarily wired to take shortcuts. In the modern world, these shortcuts cause all of us to have implicit or unconscious biases around race, gender, and other inherent characteristics of our fellow humans.

ED104 – Time to Make the Donuts: Processing Fundamentals

The range of potential ESI sources is continually multiplying and diversifying. Processing is how we work with that diverse range of materials without using as many different pieces of software as there are types of sources and how we enable searching and document identification across different source types.

Webinar: What’s Next in Diversity: Working Collaboratively to Measure, Report, and Improve Law Firm Diversity

Corporate law departments are acutely focused on the diversity of their outside counsel, and they expect their law firms to support corporate diversity initiatives. To achieve diversity goals, law departments and law firms must work collaboratively to understand corporate expectations and create strategies for firms to meet those expectations.

ED103 – The Grand Scavenger Hunt: Collection Fundamentals

With source types multiplying – including challenging sources like smartphones, social media, and collaboration tools, it is more important than ever for legal practitioners of all types to familiarize themselves with the fundamentals of collection so that they can assist in spotting potential issues and identifying appropriate solutions.

Webinar: To AI or Not to AI? The Big Debate Part II

Whether it’s reviewing invoices or repapering contracts, there are many tasks that are dreaded but must be done. So, do you bring in AI to relieve some of that burden? Or is the risk of inaccuracies or strain of implementation too great? Watch our recent Big Debate to examine both sides of that question.

Webinar: Making Changes That Stick: Best Practices to Manage Digital Transformation and Improve User Adoption

Artificial intelligence and machine learning have developed at breakneck speed in recent years. By implementing AI-based technology solutions, legal professionals and contract managers can better position themselves for the future. They can add automation to contract management-related decisions and actions, removing obstacles to everyday legal functions, while fueling critical business thinking.

Resource – Webinar: COVID-19 and the Property Casualty Claims Industry – What’s The Impact?

This webinar takes a deep dive into the results of the CLM Study: “The Impact of COVID-19 on Claims Frequency”, released in January 2021 by Suite 200 Solutions. The panel offers insights gained from the claims executives who participated in the Study.

Webinar: Law Department Operations Survey – 10th Anniversary

Webinar: Law Department Operations Survey - 10th Anniversary The legal operations function has grown enormously. This year, the 10th anniversary of the Legal Department Operations Survey is celebrated with this Special Report,

Law Department Operations Survey – 10th Anniversary Report

Law Department Operations Survey - 10th Anniversary Report The Blickstein Group, in cooperation with Consilio, has been surveying Legal Ops and other law department professionals, focusing solely on the operations function and seeking