How six big law firms get serious about legal project management

LPM drives efficiency and controls costs, but no one system does the job best. Here are six approaches by leaders in the field

, Legaltech News


For a law firm, nothing triggers a Eureka moment faster than when an established client threatens to seek other counsel. So when clients began asking firms — with a figurative nod toward the door — to find a more efficient way to do their legal work, firms started innovating. What they've come up with is legal project management — where effectively using technology, people and processes promises to lower costs, while boosting (or at least maintaining) firm profitability.

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