Join the Priori team and our CEO & Co-Founder Basha Rubin in Pasadena, CA on February 6
Controlling costs and making outside counsel hiring processes more efficient are recurring themes for legal operations professionals and recent reports show that these priorities won’t be changing in 2023. According to Thomson Reuters’ 2022 Legal Department Operations Index, 85% of legal departments say controlling outside counsel costs is a top priority, followed closely by using technology to simplify workflow and manual processes at 71%.
We know these issues are top of mind for legal operations, which is why we’re excited to get a chance to discuss them with many leading legal ops professionals at the Consero Corporate Legal Operations Forum in Pasadena, CA, from February 5–7, 2023. Consero’s unique structure is a multi-day experience that features a blend of active panel discussions and breakout sessions. The itinerary is put together with attendees in mind, allowing for thoughtfully incorporated business meetings and engaging networking opportunities.
This is a one-of-a-kind format that gives us a chance to connect directly with the legal ops community and we are excited to be part of many amazing conversations—including a roundtable hosted by Priori CEO and Co-Founder Basha Rubin. Join her for a discussion on “How Companies are Rethinking Resourcing for Cost-Savings” on Monday, February 6 at 4:30 p.m. PST.
With the backdrop of economic uncertainty and the questions about cost and value that are prominent in legal ops professionals minds, Rubin will spark a discussion about how companies are using technology and a data-driven approach to rethink how they find and hire external counsel with cost-savings in mind. The roundtable will also share insights into making resourcing decisions and how and where technology can fill the gaps.
It’s going to be an incredible three days of conversations and networking. You can find more information about the Consero Corporate Legal Operations Forum at their website. We hope to see you there!