Legal Department Operations Toolkit

Did you know 80%* of corporate law departments now employ dedicated legal operations specialists?

At Thomson Reuters, we are often asked by in-house counsel how they can get started with legal department operations, so we’ve organised our extensive resources into an easy-to-understand toolkit for your legal department operations journey. 

Download our free Legal Department Operations Toolkit and gain access to detailed guidance and resources covering key topics including:

  • Getting started with legal department operations
  • Hiring, managing, developing and training people within the in-house legal department
  • Prioritising workflows and managing workload
  • Adopting and implementing technology, including what technology is available and being used
  • Managing the relationship with external lawyers and service providers 

Whether you’re a lawyer looking at implementing legal operations within the legal team for the first time, or a seasoned legal department operations professional, access this free toolkit today. 

*Source: Thomson Reuters, 2022 State of Corporate Law Departments Report

Tyrilly joined Practical Law from IBM, where she held the role of Managing Counsel for the A/NZ Legal Team supporting IBM’s consulting services, hardware, and software licensing transactions, with a special responsibility for Privacy, Data Incidents and Cybersecurity. She also managed lawyers practising in both the A/NZ and Asia Pacific legal teams. Tyrilly has extensive practical technology law experience, having negotiated multimillion-dollar private sector and government projects, reseller/channel partnerships agreements and resolved IT disputes. She has over 10 years’ commercial experience in both private practice and in-house, advising on IP and related litigation, as well as a strong knowledge of marketing law and media regulation from her time as in-house counsel at Foxtel.

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