For In-House Counsel, Work Is Happening Online

June 15, 2015

In-house counsel are logging onto the Web more and more often as part of their work flow, according to the “2015 Canadian Legal Digital Survey,” conducted by fSquared Marketing. Here are some highlights behind the mouse clicks:
Staying Current: The results indicate 83 percent of corporate counsel use the web to consume legal industry information on a daily or weekly basis; of those respondents, 37 percent use smartphones or mobile, and 20 percent use a tablet.
Choosing Counsel: Though personal recommendations still top the list of reasons why in-house counsel choose their outside attorneys, 54 percent of people surveyed said they look at relevant lawyer blogs, 17 percent say they review content on social media and at least 2 percent analyze lawyers’ Twitter feeds. Speaking of which …


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