In-house legal in 2022: what's front of mind?

Every year, we interview dozens of in-house legal and legal ops professionals to take the temperature of in-house legal at the world’s fastest-growing companies. Read the exclusive findings in our in-house legal report, in partnership with Wilson Sonsini.

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What's inside?

What keeps in-house legal leaders up at night? What are their biggest challenges and priorities for 2022? In-depth interviews and analysis reveal what's front of mind for in-house legal in 2022, covering issues like hiring, metrics and KPIs - and what lawyers *really* want from tech vendors. Hit the 'download now' button to read our findings.

Chapter 1

Biggest challenges for in-house legal

Every year, we survey in-house lawyers and legal ops professionals to uncover their biggest challenges and priorities. What’s changed over the past 12 months? Let's dig into the data.

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Chapter 2

In focus: the in-house role

What advice would legal leaders give those considering an in-house role? We asked Bianca Stewart, Head of Legal at Motorway, a used car marketplace and unicorn scaleup. Find out what she had to say.

Bianca Stewart is the Head of Legal at Motorway.

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Chapter 3

Spotlight: creating and tracking KPIs

How can lawyers approach the task of creating and tracking KPIs to help drive business growth? And what’s the biggest blocker when it comes to getting started?

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Chapter 4

Tackling KPIs: how legal can align with the business

Rob Chesnut, formerly GC at Airbnb, takes a deep dive into how legal teams can align with the business - and whether the right KPIs can help.

Rob Chesnut was formerly the General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer at Airbnb.

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Chapter 5

Implementing technology

How has legal’s relationship with technology developed over the past year? And what do legal teams look for in a solution? In this section we explore legal’s experience with tech implementation.

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Chapter 6

In focus: tech and implementation

What do in-house legal buyers expect from technology vendors? And how can lean teams with limited budgets implement tech to work more efficiently? We asked Personio's legal ops manager, Claudia Saraiva.

Claudia Saraiva is the legal operations manager at Personio.

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Chapter 7

Hiring for growth

We take a deep dive into hiring for growth - what's the biggest obstacle in-house lawyers face when it comes to hiring in their teams? And how can legal leaders make the ‘right’ first hire?

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Chapter 8

Analysis: evaluating the 'right' experience

How can in-house lawyers evaluate the 'right' experience when hiring new colleagues? Scott Brown, Managing Director at Heriot Brown In-House Legal Recruitment, shares his thoughts.

Scott Brown is the Managing Director at Heriot Brown In-House Legal Recruitment.

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Chapter 9

What do the findings tell us?

The survey reflects a range of concerns for in-house teams - some familiar, and some new. How can we evaluate them as a whole?

Ken Siegel is the Executive Advisor at Wilson Sonsini.

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Chapter 10

Horizon-scanning: what’s next for scaleup lawyers?

With scaleup lawyers striving to work proactively, instead of reactively, what are the issues on the horizon that keep them up at night?

Richard Mabey is the CEO and co-founder of Juro.

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