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Lex Connect Curated Reading List May 15, 2017

 
 
     
       
     
 
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With the overwhelming volume of content available online, it is easy to
overlook quality articles containing the valuable information you need.

Fear not, we have curated the best legal operations and technology
articles currently available for your convenience.

Sit back, relax and enjoy your 30 minutes of power reading!
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Lawyering to Legal Operations

Over the past 10 to 20 years, in-house legal departments have firmly established themselves at the top of the legal eco-system pyramid. Even the largest and most powerful law firms would concede this fact. In-house legal teams have re-conquered and grown into accepting the fact that they are the client. They call the shots.


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General Data Protection Regulation: How To Prepare

From 25 May 2018, new legislation concerning personal data will come into effect across the EU. Here's what your business should be doing.
 


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The Lawyer’s Role In Advancing Corporate Responsibility And Sustainability: Takeaways From Berkeley Law’s Inside Counsel Think Tank

As I was surrounded by thought leaders including general counsel and inside counsel from Nestlé, MasterCard, Patagonia, HP, Varian, PepsiCo, I had a transformative learning experience which changed how I now see my role as general counsel. Here are my top takeaways, in no particular order.


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Richard Susskind on the Growing Influence of the Legal Operations Boss

The future of legal departments will depend on the increasingly important roles of legal operations directors and chief operating officers of legal departments, according to author Richard Susskind, who has written several books on the future of legal and professional services.


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7 Trends Changing The Legal Industry

Emerging technologies, economical shifts and legislative changes put the legal industry in a constant state of flux. But these seven trends are set to change the legal industry as we approach the midpoint of 2017.


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Towards A More Holistic View Of Legal Tech

The panel’s larger message was that there is value in thinking about legal tech products not solely as discrete applications, but as components of a lawyer’s overall workflow.


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The Changing Legal Profession: An Insider’s View Of The Future Of Legal Services

The corporate legal services industry is in need of massive change to address fundamental shortcomings, according to panelists at Wednesday’s “Magna Carta for the Corporate Legal Services Industry” session at the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium’s (CLOC) annual institute in Las Vegas.

But what exactly are the changes needed and who can really drive them?


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Putting The People And Process Back Into Contract Management

Recently, automation technology has been the main focus of change in contract management, but the purpose of the “Let’s Not Talk About CLM Tools” panel at the CLOC Institute was to show how contract management has become more efficient through the two often forgotten parts of contracting: people and processes.


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