An Introduction to Legal Project Management

Recorded: Wednesday, December 11, 2013

With the ever-increasing cost pressures on corporate law departments, effective legal project management (LPM) has become a must for both in-house and law firm attorneys.  Yet most attorneys are still at a loss as to what LPM includes and requires and how to get started.  This Practical Law webinar, presented by Mark Lassiter, an LPM expert and practicing attorney, will focus on how to use LPM to benefit both clients and their counsel and make legal service delivery more effective and efficient.  Using the example of forming a series of subsidiary corporations, the session will cover:

  • What does LPM include?
  • How does a law firm embrace and integrate LPM into its firm culture and practice areas?
  • What are the challenges and obstacles that law firms face in embracing LPM?
  • How in-house counsel can implement LPM both internally and to increase collaboration with outside counsel.
  • Resources that are available to assist lawyers and law firms in embracing LPM.
  • How to get started using LPM.


Mark Lassiter, Founder/Attorney/Principal, The Lassiter Law Firm; Founder/Manager, Legal Project Management, LLC d/b/a Lex Projex

Heather McMaster, Head Editor, Practical Law Securities


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