December 2015

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Cover story: Technology and innovation in-house


Legal technology: the in-house perspective


As corporate legal departments increasingly rely on technology to manage their workload, law firms are looking to leverage client facing technology as a differentiator that helps them develop and cement strong client relationships. Joanna Goodman looks at the synergies between in-house legal departments’ and law firms’ IT strategy, the operational ...

Other Features


Electronic signatures: the essentials


Stephen Mason provides an overview of the various forms of electronic signature

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LinkedIn: is it worth an in-house lawyer’s time?

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Emily Miller and Susan Kench explore LinkedIn’s value for in-house lawyers

Technology case studies

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Case study: A flexible working environment


Donna Harris provides an insight into a newly-flexible working environment


Case study: Software solutions for in-house legal teams


Sam Greatorex shares his experience of finding software solutions to help his team deal with key pressures


Case study: Paperless cases


Oxfordshire County Council’s legal team could be saying a permanent goodbye to filing after successfully completing their first ‘paperless’ case.