Organizations are cutting back on legal spend. A survey conducted by the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), a global bar association with 33,000 in-house counsel members, reveals that in-house attorneys are cutting back on outside legal services and are bringing more work in-house. With a reduction in outside spending comes a need for access to more economical legal resources. Companies’ legal departments need access so that they can effectively tackle the increase in workflow brought in-house, and outside counsel need access to maintain a competitive advantage by reducing the cost of their services and to stay ahead of emerging trends in the law. And all of this needs to be accomplished in an efficient manner.