Published: 29 November 2022
GC can free-up in-house counsel for strategic work and reduce cost by using managed-services ALSPs for high-volume work. To do so, match work requirements to vendor capabilities, run a pilot and draft an agreement that generates value for both sides.
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Clients use alternative legal service providers (ALSPs) for multiple types of high-volume work. Work-specific requirements drive the selection of the best-fit provider.
The managed-services ALSP market has matured in recent years, with companies under several different types of ownership offering support for high-volume, low- to moderate-complexity work throughout a range of practices — for example, discovery in litigation, contracts and compliance.
The time required to select an ALSP and negotiate an agreement is a good investment. Using an ALSP frees up in-house counsel for higher-value work, offers more flexibility than other options to handle shifts in volume, and reduces
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