Bloomberg Law
Sept. 18, 2020, 9:41 AM

Pearson Legal Chief Uses Tech, Panels to Improve Legal Services

Ruiqi Chen
Ruiqi Chen

Pearson PLC has used global law firm panels and an alternative services provider to cut nearly 25% of its legal spend over three years, according to the education company’s chief legal officer Cinthia Nespoli.

The company mandated the budget cut in 2017 as part of a broader effort to increase efficiency. The law department partnered with Morae Global, an ALSP, to streamline transactional work while also culling its list of outside counsel to three panels and a preferred providers list.

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