General counsel and chief legal officers will do more work in-house with the help of tech investments, especially as more legal tech companies add generative AI and other types of artificial intelligence capabilities to the tools they offer in-house teams. At the same time, legal leaders will be exploring ways to reduce outside counsel costs, in part by giving work to smaller firms and reserving the most complex work for the largest firms.
To help in-house leaders get ideas for thriving this year, Legal Dive has compiled its 2024 outlook coverage. The pieces share how GCs and CLOs are positioning their teams to respond to changes in technology, the regulatory environment and other trends as they strive to increase the value of what their in-house attorneys and operations professionals do. We hope you find the selection useful.