BRYTER and The Lawyer have partnered to survey a global audience of General Counsel on operational excellence in their organizations. The report, which will provide original data on time use and access to technology for in-house counsel, is expected in early 2022.
At the Bucerius Autumn Conference in Hamburg on November 18-19th, Michael Grupp (CEO of BRYTER) will be presenting a virtual workshop with General Counsel and Managing Partners, titled “The Lawyer and BRYTER In-House Technology and Efficiency Survey: Where Are You?” alongside Thomas Procter (Head of Research, The Lawyer) at 1pm CET on the 19th.
The panel will present and discuss the early results of the survey, and the legal digital maturity benchmark that has been developed from it. This mid-term assessment will provide an opportunity to gather more qualitative data from respondents.
Michael Grupp, CEO of BRYTER, says: “Early findings from this survey have already validated our suspicions about how General Counsel use their time. We are seeing from the responses that legal teams do not have the tools they need to do specialized work. We are looking forward to hearing even more stories at the upcoming Bucerius Autumn Conference, and interested participants from around the world are encouraged to dial in and join the conversation.”
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