• HBR Law Department Consulting E-Discovery Flash Survey Results
    To supplement our annual Law Department Survey, HBR is initiating quarterly Flash Surveys on hot topics across key areas of legal operations, electronic discovery and information governance.

    Read our first Flash Survey results >

  • Five Common Procurement Misconceptions
    Clay Fox talks about how procurement changes at law firms are usually met with internal resistance, which more often than not, is due to five basic misconceptions.

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  • Caution: Flaws Of The Attorney-To-Secretary Ratio
    Sharon Quaintance is featured in
    Law360 with an article on why law firm leaders should reconsider using the
    firmwide attorney-to-secretary ratio
    as a decision-making tool.

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  • HBR Completes Pro Bono Project for Tahirih Justice Center
    HBR proudly announces the completion of its inaugural pro bono project for Tahirih Justice Center. The project's goal was to better align its employee compensation packages with industry peer organizations.

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  • The Print Room: How to Spend Less and Get More
    Senthil Rajakrishnan and Ryan Mittman
    are featured in Law360 on how analyzing current needs and defining a print strategy can help streamline the use of equipment and labor, thereby reducing overall costs.
    Read the article >
  • Aligning Your Law Department with the Corporate Mission
    In part 3 of a 3 part series, Lauren Chung talks about the three foundational steps for a successful client alignment: assessing the current state, planning for alignment and implementing for success.
    Read the article | Read pt.1 | Read pt.2
  • 10 Takeaways From 13th Annual Law Firm COO & CFO Forum
    Does your law firm consider innovation an opportunity or a challenge? Erik Schmidt gives some insight on the 13th Annual
    Law Firm COO & CFO Forum.

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  • HBR Procurement Outsourcing Program @ Shearman & Sterling
    HBR Consulting announces the successful completion of its first year of a three-year procurement outsourcing project with global law firm, Shearman & Sterling LLP.

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  • Sharon Quaintance:
    "Behind the Glass"
    Sharon Quaintance takes the spotlight
    in this month's Law Technology News. Discover what makes Sharon tick and how she is paving the way for future women technology leaders of the world.

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  • HBR Introduces
    SpendConnect Purchasing
    HBR partners with b-pack Inc to
    launch a new purchasing module to
    its successful law firm procurement
    platform, SpendConnect.
    Read the Law Technology News article >
    View press release >
  • HBR Announces Enhanced GPO Offering, Welcomes Frank Cargle
    HBR has expanded its Group Purchasing Organization (GPO) product offering, rebranded as "Collectivity". New Director Frank E. Cargle II, responsible for the enhancement, will lead the GPO.

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  • 2014 LFIGS Matter Mobility Task Force Report
    Terry Coan led a task force of the Law Firm Information Governance Symposium
    to develop a report that summarizes and analyzes key information governance considerations in the process of moving client matter information into and out
    of law firms. Read the full report >
  • Latham & Watkins Deploying HBR's SpendConnect Platform
    Latham & Watkins joins approximately one-third of the largest law firms in selecting HBR's SpendConnect platform to assist with managing expenses and third-party contracts on a global basis.

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  • Are Law Departments & Procurement Like Oil & Water?
    Kevin Clem recently led a Bridgeway University webcast titled "Are Law Departments and Procurement Groups
    Like Oil and Water?". The session focused on the increasing relationship between in-house counsel & corporate procurement. More info>
  • Matt Sunderman Featured in
    Law Technology News
    Managing Director Matt Sunderman was recently quoted in a LTN article on the importance of including CIOs/IT during a merger to assure cost savings and a seamless integration of the firms.

    Read LTN article >


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