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Curated legal content, tailored to the needs of your organisation, with digital delivery services designed to integrate with your internal processes.
Organisations are required to manage and mitigate legal risks across many practice areas and jurisdictions. The challenge of establishing a comprehensive understanding of what is required by a multitude of laws of regulations is compounded because laws are constantly evolving. Information about these changes comes from disparate sources through delivery mechanisms not designed for the modern business and without the accompanying analysis, interpretation, and structure necessary to assess the impact.
NRF provides curated legal content, tailored to the needs of the organisation, with digital delivery services designed to integrate with your internal processes.
NRF’s global network offers unrivalled coverage and local expertise
Clear, tailored guidance that explains what you need to do next
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How we are helping our clients
Outsourced review of NDAs for a busy legal department
A major global insurer’s legal team was struggling to focus on the strategic priorities of the business due to a large amount of time-consuming business-as-usual (BAU) work.
Redesigning a legal team’s structure
The regional GC of a global insurance company based in Hong Kong was expecting a period of increased growth, with a resulting increase in legal support anticipated.
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Legal Operations Exchange
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Legal Ops is a State of Mind - Interview with Stephanie Hamon (Artificial Lawyer)
Celebrating their third year of operation, Stephanie Hamon spoke with Artificial Lawyer about the growth of Legal Operations Consulting at Norton Rose Fulbright, what legal operations means to her, and how law firms are challenging the Big Four. In this interview, Stephanie explains how legal operations is “more a mindset than a role”, and an enabler for the legal team to create value for the business by being strategic, not just a cost-centre.