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But where to start to consolidate cost? Improve efficiencies? Increase predictability? Monitor budgeting to get the right firms for the right matters at the right price? The Legal Procurement Handbook has answers.
Whether you are new to legal procurement, need new ideas for taking sourcing legal services to the next level, or need to understand what procurement wants. The Legal Procurement Handbook is for you.
The Legal Procurement Handbook was published by the Buying Legal Council, edited by Dr. Silvia Hodges Silverstein with forewords by Prof. Stephen Mayson & Tom Sager. It includes 27 articles by 27 legal procurement experts. (198 pages)
The Legal Procurement Handbook addresses the key challenges and opportunities that buying and selling legal services creates – from relationship building and management, to financial and strategic decision-making.
The Legal Procurement Handbook is packed with best practices, practical approaches, success studies, and new legal procurement research: learn how industry experts addressed challenges and found solutions for buying and selling legal services.
The Legal Procurement Handbook answers many legal procurement questions, from which tools should be used for measuring alternative fee arrangement (AFAs), to new metrics for legal procurement, to successful bidding strategies and alternatives to discounts.
The Legal Procurement Handbook contains the insight of experts working in legal procurement and with legal procurement. It offers advice for both those tasked with buying legal services as well as those competing for work when procurement is involved. It seeks a win-win approach and encourages communication and collaboration between professional buyers of legal services and sellers of legal services.
The Legal Procurement Handbook is the must-have desk reference for the modern legal procurement professional as well as competitive law firms.