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GCs Draw on Consulting, Technology, and Process to Transform Legal Departments

GCs in Australia continue to be under pressure to “do more with less.” Seeking volume discounts from external law firms isn’t enough anymore. “It isn’t transformative and will not generate substantial true savings in the long term,” writes Vice President of Corporate & Commercial Services Nick Boymal in his recent article in The Australian.

“We are finding more legal departments are working with enterprise legal service providers to take a holistic rather than piecemeal approach to analysing the entire department. They are drawing on a combination of consulting, introduction of technology, and changes to process.”

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