A study of the state of maturity among in-house legal departments across 15 legal operations functions.
The 2020 edition of ACC's in-depth study of chief legal officers and general counsel builds on responses from 1,007 participants in organizations spanning 20 industries and 47 countries. The report contains key insights on the role of the CLO and the legal department.
The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Australia Trends Survey examines the practices, trends and changes in the in-house legal profession. Conducted annually, the ACC Australia Trends Survey is issued to all members currently working in-house, with the 2016 survey gathering responses from 303 in-house counsel operating in Australia.
In the 2017 Trends Survey we wanted to gain a better understanding of the interplay between the personal and working life of in-house counsel. We found that work-life balance is perceived to be easier to achieve through working in-house as opposed to private practice due to access to flexible working arrangements, regardless of how readily they are accessed.
The ACC Australia Trends Survey examines the practices, trends and changes in the in-house legal profession. ACC Australia has developed this report with the support of our Corporate Alliance Partners.
The newest installment of the Benchmarks and Leading Practices Report will provide a range of essential data and case studies to improve the performance of small and large in-house legal teams.
This 2019 report contains details on the evolving role of the CLO and what keeps CLOs up at night. Dive into data on reporting structure, what impacts business decision in companies around the world, and the staffing and budget predictions of more than 1,600 CLOs in 55 countries.
This report presents an overview of the state laws that affect the uses of tissue and associated data in research. Includes a chart showing the requirements for the conduct of tissue research state by state and a table compiling state statutes.
This survey explores the areas of personal career history, personal demographics, profile of the corporate legal department and the use of legal research and other products and services.
The survey reports Chief Legal Officers focused on performance and effectiveness in an increasingly demanding corporate environment. Includes hiring patterns, relationships with outside counsel, company revenues, and other information about surveyed companies.