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Law Departments, Data Sharing and YouTube

Ease of creating recordings suggests that in-house counsel will make much more use of, and benefit from, them

, New Jersey Law Journal

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Dip your toe into the sea of YouTube recordings, and you can imagine how that medium might help law department managers. Having recently posted a number of short recordings about law-department benchmark metrics, the author here speculates how in-house managers and those in the cottage industry around law departments may come to avail themselves of the same opportunity.

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