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LEGAL DEPARTMENT 2025 SERIES
Where do you find
trusted answers for
the decade ahead?

Download “The Generational Shift in
Legal Departments” Report (PDF)

This series of articles, white papers, infographics and more addresses the major changes and trends within your legal department's people, processes and technology in the coming decade that will require proactive consideration and planning.

The face of the legal profession is changing significantly as baby boomers step down and millennials step in. Download "The Generational Shift in Legal Departments" Report to explore the perceptions of millennials and their imminent impact on the legal landscape.

People

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Harnessing the Power of Millennials in the Workplace

Discover how Millennials are changing the face of the legal department, gain strategies to leverage their unique skills and perspectives to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of your business.

Technology

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The Tech-Savvy General Counsel: Notes from a Future GC

Ian Connett, legal director for Collective, one of the larger advertising tech companies in New York, walks us through a day in the life of a general counsel in the year 2020.

Processes

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Part I: Evaluation of legal department succession planning needs

As the baby boomer generation starts to retire, many businesses are finding themselves caught short with respect to succession management.

More on people

Five Projects Where it Makes Sense to Bring in Legal Project Management

Learn about larger legal department projects that are especially well-suited for support from project management professionals.


Five Change Management Best Practices

Handling the human side of the change process is as crucial as determining an overall change management strategy.


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Overcoming Lawyers’ Resistance to Change

The economy, the rise of new technologies, and a generation of millennial lawyers who grew up using technology are transforming the practice of law.


Five Questions to Ask a Project or Change Manager

Change management experts have often supported large-scale transitions, managed change in the workplace, and know the pitfalls to avoid.

More on technology

The Fog of Information Overload

Is having too much information tantamount to not having enough? Is it leaving corporate counsel virtually paralyzed?

More on processes

Part II: Development of succession talent

For each attorney in the department, you can create a document/chart that identifies that person’s legal skill set.


Part III: Putting a succession plan in place

Creating a succession plan is all about identifying the critical jobs for which planning is needed .

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