LEGAL OPERATIONS CONSULTING
We help you navigate your legal and digital transformation journey.
Kalexius works with in-house teams to identify and address the underlying issues facing their department and proactively manage the legal function. Using existing tools, we work with line managers and stakeholders to gather data and insights and map out workloads, structures, spend and internal client satisfaction. From this fast-start baseline, we review alternative delivery models to identify the ones most suited to your needs and support you in their implementation.
LEGAL TECH IMPLEMENTATION
We help clients SELECT and implement legal technology FOR OPTIMAL RESULTS.
We cover all areas of practice, including contract lifecycle management, legal dashboards and legal entity management. We partner with major providers to ensure a smooth implementation journey and maximize adoption down the line. Our teams can handle all or part of the implementation journey including general project management, configuration, integration, training & testing as well as data migration.
Shaping the future of the legal department through an in-depth review of people, process and technology
TARGET OPERATING MODEL DEVELOPMENT
LEGAL OPS FUNCTION
DEPARTMENTAL PROCESS IMPROVEMENT
OUTSIDE COUNSEL &
INSIGHTS & ANALYSIS
OPERATING RESOURCES OPTIMIZATION
CASE STUDY | Making informed decisions to improve efficiency
A large energy and petroleum company had a team of lawyers with too much work. The client needed an alternative to adding permanent headcount.
Kalexius undertook a review of the workload within the team for the client.
Kalexius produced a workload survey for distribution to in-house lawyers and then analyzed the returns.
Kalexius identified over ten types of work which were low in complexity and volume in nature and suitable for outsourcing.
Kalexius also highlighted which staff were carrying higher workloads.
The client was able to make an informed decision on work that should stay in-house. This meant that in-house lawyers could focus on more strategic matters and no additional permanent headcount was needed.