While the words “project management” may make many of us cringe, legal project management is becoming an increasing buzzword in legal circles. With many firms still struggling to gain momentum amidst sluggish demand and client pricing pressures, firms are exploring many new avenues to re-examine, and if need be, re-invent some of their processes.

Firms are looking for any means they can to improve efficiency, boost productivity, and deliver greater value to their clients.

A recent post on the ABA’s “Legal Rebels” blog from Lydia Flocchini, director of WestlawNext Marketing, discusses how legal research can improve legal project management. In addition, Tom Scrivo, Managing Partner of McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP’s Newark office offers some examples of how this applies at this firm.

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