With 2022 well underway, legal leaders need to think beyond short-term tactics to consider the future they're building. In issue #4 of The Bundle, we learn about legal operations projects, strategies for scaling legal teams, as well as how lawyers can fight the imminent threat posed by climate change.
Check out our latest issue for practical insights that can make your job a little easier - and if you're not already a community member, apply to join here.
You'll find need-to-know insights from legal leaders at successful businesses like Curve, Codat, Beamery, Heineken, and more.
Learn all about building a legal tech roadmap, tracking legal spend, using contracts to reach Net Zero, mapping out your legal team, and how you can make legal more accessible with an internship programme.
The community team at Juro introduces this issue with a look at how scaleup lawyers have taken on leadership roles at their businesses.
Joining a huge, decentralized organization as its first legal operations hire can be daunting. Where do you even start? Sean Houston started by building a legal tech roadmap.
What does a scaling legal team's tech stack look like? And how can legal use tech to solve a problem? Here are a few pointers from Curve's GC, Alistair Houghton.
Tracking legal spend doesn't have to be complicated. Here are some simple organizational tips from Codat's sole counsel, Rebecca McKenzie.
Lawyers don't need to wait for the law to change to take climate action - instead, they can use contracts. How can The Chancery Lane project help lawyers and their businesses with their Net Zero goals?
There is a huge gap between many organizations' ambitious climate policies, and action that will make a difference. How can in-house lawyers use the the power of law to help deliver a sustainable future?
Legal internships are quite rare at high-growth companies. Why should legal invest time in hiring and training interns alongside all the other responsibilities on their plate? Natalie Salunke, Head of Legal at RVU, explains.
Beamery's Chief Legal and Impact Officer, Xavier Langlois, outlines the benefits of hiring and developing interns as a part of your legal team.
Joining as the first lawyer, you’re likely aware of the mountain of work that greets you. Hiring is also a task you need to consider, but getting started isn’t always easy. How do you go from being sole counsel, to managing an established team?
Scaling a legal team involves finding the right balance between hiring specialist and generalist lawyers. Generalists often have the broad understanding of legal tasks necessary for working at a scaleup. But when and how do you identify the need to hire your first specialist?