Hyperion's Survey Program helps us contribute broad and on-going empirical data and analysis to legal operations managers and decision makers about the current trends, activities and best practices you and your peers are most concerned with.

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Corporate law departments are in the midst of an active period of transformation.  Driven in large part by the new demands on the General Counsel, today’s law departments are expected to serve a business function as much as they are traditional legal roles.  Since 2010, when we first endorsed the term Enterprise Legal Management, ELM has become a recognized management discipline and a strategic objective for corporate law departments.  Today, ELM and the operational capabilities that comprise it present an acute set of both challenges and opportunities for legal practices worldwide.

This survey is focused on understanding the prevailing trends in legal operations, including values, priorities and investment in Enterprise Legal Management (ELM) capabilities. We're looking at how legal operations professionals and attorneys are implementing, using and getting the most out of ELM, and what capabilities they value and prioritize most.

In answering the questions, please provide the best answers possible, using approximates where necessary. This survey should take roughly 10 minutes to complete. Please make every effort to complete all responses.


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