Legal Operations KPIs: The Professional's Handbook to Operational Excellence

· Mori Kabiri
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About this ebook

Use the power of your legal data with 'Legal Operations KPIs'. This comprehensive guide caters to a diverse audience, including proactive legal operations professionals, strategic general counsels, and law firms aiming to align with corporate legal requirements. In an era where legal departments have evolved from mere cost centers to pivotal strategic business units, this book emerges as an unparalleled resource. Crafted by a seasoned expert who has both witnessed and been part of this transformation, 'Legal Operations KPIs' transcends mere listings. It empowers readers with detailed notes and instructions, enabling both legal operations and technical audiences to create, deliver, and interpret each report and metric. More than just a book, consider this your compass to legal ops excellence. Whether your goal is to impress C-level management, lead your team, or foster robust professional relationships, this book is an indispensable manual for every legal professional.

Key Features:

Comprehensive Coverage: The book is organized to delve into pivotal areas including Spend Management, Budgeting, In-House Resources and Performance Management, Law Firm and Vendor Management, Cross-Functional Collaboration, DEI, Invoice and Data Quality Analysis, and Compliance and Risk Management. Is a focused community for Legal Operations professionals passionate about using data and KPIs for effective decision-making in their organizations. The site features a comprehensive list of metrics, detailed information for each, tools and templates, real-life examples, and expert tips.

Tailored Readiness Levels: Each metric or report is assigned a readiness level, ensuring its relevance to legal departments at every stage of their operational journey. Whether you're at the 'Early' stage, or at the 'Advanced' level, this book caters to all.

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About the author

Mori Kabiri is deeply entrenched in the intersection of law, technology, and business processes. For over two decades, he has advised legal departments of corporations on the pivotal role of data in shaping legal decision-making.

His journey began with a software startup in his garage in the early '90s. By the end of that decade, Mori had ventured into the realm of legal technology. His professional trajectory includes roles with legal tech vendors, significant contributions in management consulting, in-house responsibilities, and the culmination in establishing his own legal consulting and technology firm, InfiniGlobe LLC.

Throughout the years, numerous legal departments of Fortune 500 companies, spanning sectors like Oil and Gas, Insurance, Financial Services, Entertainment, Retail, Restaurants, and even law firms, have sought Mori's expertise. His pivotal role in guiding these corporations to effectively harness their data for business optimization is notable. Whether it's using machine learning and AI to pinpoint anomalies in invoice data or sculpting data-driven narratives for C-level executives and general counsels, Mori's contributions encapsulate the transformative potential of data analytics and business intelligence.

Academically and professionally, Mori is a frequent speaker at legal technology conferences and a valued contributor to the Forbes Council. His research on the utilization of machine learning in legal data was recognized and published at ICDM 2021, where he also had the honor of chairing the conference. Mori's writings, available on Amazon, distill his two-decade journey in legal data analytics, aiming to offer insights and value to fellow legal professionals.

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