Now Live At The Non-Event: What The Heck Is ‘Contract Lifecycle Management’?

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It’s no secret that the era of remote work has upped legal operations’ profile, as law departments have been expected to handle even greater workloads with even fewer resources.  

In this installment of the Non-Event, we help you thrive in this new normal with quick and easy guidance on how to boost your efficiency with legal operations contract lifecycle management software.

As always, this month’s Non-Event features our main stage “panel”: the Non-Eventcast, in which host Jared Correia is joined by Jerry Levine of ContractPodAi, who answers burning questions like “What the heck is ‘contract lifecycle management’?” 

We also feature articles from the industry’s top commentators and companies, and of course, the best buyer’s guide in the business, produced in partnership with our friends at Legal Tech Publishing.    

After you’ve visited our Legal Operations Contract, Automation, and Engagement Management room, stick around to browse our Practice Management and Document Management sections.

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