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ADAM FEINBERG BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ASSOCIATES (BIA) BARRY SCHWARTZ BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ASSOCIATES (BIA) Can’t We Get Along? Following the Corporate Technology Model to Create a Functioning IT, Legal and Operations Triumvirate performing the subject-matter work (i.e., the client deliverables or work product). There is a managing partner or COO who typically directs the operations T 6 Litigation and Practice Support ILTA White Paper ake a look at many large law firms and you will see that they are structured and functioning more and more like corporations. There are attorneys, paralegals and litigation support staff staff, including administrative assistants, accounting and IT. You are also likely to see a procurement group, as well as a CIO or CTO. These three groups — lawyers and legal staff, operations and IT — comprise the majority of the organizational makeup of today’s law firm and, primarily because of their size (number of employees and locations), they mirror the composition of their corporate counterparts.

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