Legal Departments Keep Huge Percentage of Work In-House. Here's Why.

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Nearly 75 percent of work for legal departments is handled internally, according to a recent survey report from ALM Intelligence and Morrison & Foerster.

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  • David C. Roulston, Esq.

    "In-house lawyer‘s knowledge of the business" involves a double-benefit -- the in-house lawyer is not only more likely to know where the business is going, but is also most likely to know where it‘s been. That knowledge of institutional history provides a continuity from one matter the the next (similar one) that outside counsel are much less likely to have.

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