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Law360, New York (December 9, 2015, 12:59 PM ET) — Businesses today have higher expectations for their corporate law departments. They expect law departments to contribute toward delivering overall higher efficiency, performance and measurable quality for the organization. To those new to the legal ecosystem, it may sound surprising that these expectations are higher than before. But until recently, law departments have been able to get away with simply claiming that “legal is different” and that “the risks are hard to quantify.” This is no longer the case.
And while it is true that law departments…