Chief Legal Officers are pushing for change

November 5th, 2012 by Altman Weil

Corporate law departments report that they are re-negotiating outside counsel fees, shifting work to lower-priced law firms, increasing in-house capacity, opting for alternative service providers and using new technology — all to develop a more cost-effective legal services model — according to over 200 General Counsel who participated in the Altman Weil 2012 Chief Legal Officer Survey.

“Chief Legal Officers are not waiting for law firms to change their business models,” said Altman Weil principal Daniel J. DiLucchio.  “They are taking change into their own hands in 2012 to create a new internal value proposition.”

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