We have gathered and developed several resources and tools to help you implement practices to reconnect the cost and value of legal services. There is no “one-size-fits-all” — these are tactics that may be helpful.
The ACC Guide to Value-Based Fees provides a step-by-step approach to help those new to the process get started; and to help those who are veterans of the process consider opportunities to improve what they already do.
The ACC Guide to Value-Based Staffing outlines a process to ensure that all available resources are focused on the right work - how to determine what work should remain in-house and how it should be distributed, and what should be sent to outside counsel, outsourced, automated, or eliminated.
The ACC Guide to Project Management outlines the processes to control matters and ensure predictability of spending. Tools are provided to establish scope, staffing plan, budget, schedule, monitor progress and review/improve performance.
The ACC Guide to Managing Outside Counsel addresses a variety of methods for increasing value by improving relationships with outside counsel - including success measures, firm selection, fee-setting and performance evaluation.
The ACC Guide to Knowledge Management explains the full life cycle of implementing legal knowledge management programs – from knowledge creation to storage, sharing and utilization.
Guide to the ACC Value Challenge in Europe is one-stop resource for legal leaders based in Europe - those just beginning to look at value practices, and those who have already made progress in improving value. Includes European case examples.
GC Value InsightsLegal leaders of Fortune 50-ranked companies share insights on what they value most in working with law firms and legal service providers, using value-based fees, other value practices they're implementing, savings achieved and more.