Do you need to set expectations with Finance regarding your corporation’s legal spending but don’t know where to start? Would your enterprise benefit from proactive notice of necessary scope and budget changes during a complex litigation process? Does optimizing the timely delivery of legal solutions appeal to you? Then, utilizing a legal project manager could be key.
Legal project management is just one of the ways that Calfee offers exceptional value in the delivery of legal services to our clients.
Optimization equals value
Whether the legal matter is complex litigation or ongoing legal counsel, utilization of legal project management focuses on attaining desired objectives while keeping an eye on the bottom line. Having a legal project manager at the helm optimizes strategic planning by defining parameters at the project’s outset. It also provides heightened communication every step of the way.
Certified legal project management: The Calfee difference
Dominic Bonacci, Project Management Professional (PMP)® and Certified Legal Project Manager (LPM), leads project management at Calfee. Through collaboration with our legal, accounting and technology teams, Dominic helps to ensure the delivery of Calfee’s premier legal services while keeping transparency and legal spend firmly in sight.
A brief overview of how it works
At the beginning of the project, the LPM endeavors to ensure that both the work scope and budget are clearly defined key objectives. These parameters will support the plan of action for the legal team, including staffing, task assignment and completion. Dominic and his team optimize the effectiveness of Calfee’s legal solutions to impact client businesses and their operations positively.
Legal project management professionals drive positive results for businesses, yet only 30% of law firms use them. If effective utilization of high-quality legal counsel is a priority for your business, Calfee’s legal project management solution can be just what you need to improve your enterprise.
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