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In-house Pro Bono: Smaller Legal Departments and Remote Offices Can Participate Too

Posted in Pro Bono & Diversity

Guest Blogger: Corporate Pro Bono is the global partnership project of the Pro Bono Institute (PBI) and ACC. We all know that lawyers have a professional responsibility, if not a professional or personal interest, to provide pro bono legal services. However, for some in-house counsel — those in smaller legal departments or remote offices — finding pro… Continue Reading

Working Together to Make the ACC Value Challenge Work

Posted in Value & Innovation

 “Automating broken processes won’t make us smarter; it can make us stupider faster.” ~ Steven Levy Participating in a panel discussion at the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) conference last month was yet another opportunity for me to engage in a discussion about the ACC Value Challenge.  But, instead of speaking to in-house counsel and… Continue Reading

The ACC Value Challenge —Technologists, Yes, this Means You, Too

Posted in Value & Innovation

“Your problem is to bridge the gap which exists between where you are now and the goal you intend to reach.” ~ Earl Nightingale  Accountability, efficiency and value — three words that are reverberating throughout the legal services industry these days.  In-house counsel are being held accountable by their companies to contain costs and predict… Continue Reading