Sponsored by the Center for the Study of the Legal Profession, Georgetown University Law Center and Association of Corporate Counsel
There is much talk in the air of a revolution in the delivery of corporate legal services – but what’s actually happening on the ground? This intensive one-day conference is designed to provide concrete insights into how corporate legal departments and outside service providers can collaborate to provide valuable and cost-effective legal services. Speakers, panel debates, and networking opportunities will create a dynamic opportunity for participants to acquire the information and tools they need to create and sustain a competitive edge.
The conference will feature presentations on (1) how inside counsel select law firms and how that relationship evolves through distinct stages, (2) how clients and service providers are attempting to define and measure the value of legal services, (3) how service teams can draw on members’ expertise to provide innovative results for clients and (4) how clients, law firms, and other providers are attempting to organize work in a coordinated legal services supply chain. Discussion of each topic will include descriptions of specific innovative arrangements in progress or on the drawing board, as well as suggestions about what may be around the corner.
Please note that CLE credit will not be available for this program.