Global firm launches in-house consultancy

By Tom Lodewyke|21 November 2017

A top-tier law firm has unveiled a new consultancy service for in-house teams.

Dentons recently launched Nextlaw In-House Solutions, a strategic consulting service for corporate counsel.

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Nextlaw In-House Solutions uses over 50 former general counsel around the world to advise in-house teams, according to a statement from Dentons.

Their services include improving the management of external counsel relationships and legal spend, implementing innovations and legal technologies, coaching and mentoring, risk and compliance advice, and interim or permanent in-house support.

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Nextlaw In-House Solutions CEO Chris Pinnington said the service was a response to client demand for strategic guidance for their in-house teams.

“As part of Dentons, the largest, most innovative law firm in the world, we enjoy unique advantages, including the privilege of working with and learning from sophisticated clients across the globe, spanning diverse industry sectors, legal systems and cultures,” Mr Pinnington said.

One thing we consistently hear is that our clients are under enormous pressure, not just to resolve legal issues but to deliver business solutions, play a more strategic role in the C-Suite, modernise their legal departments, redefine processes and implement the latest technologies.”

The in-house offering is the latest in Dentons’ suite of Nextlaw services, which includes Nextlaw Labs, Nextlaw Global Referral Network and Nextlaw Global Public Affairs Network.

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