At Nimble, we help propel law firms, law departments and companies forward by offering the following solutions:
Legal consulting: Legal operations consulting, pricing strategy and experienced part-time or project counsel
Legal Technology: Artificial Intelligence Software that aids in the review of contracts
Career Development Programs: Coaching, interpersonal skills training and continuing legal education
Managed Services: contract management, regular government filings, and other highly repeatable processes
Outsourced HR Services for small and mid-sized businesses
We apply technology, experience-tested play books, and lean/six-sigma concepts based on decades of experience at global companies. Combined with our ultra-flexible business model, this lets us offer our clients great service at a competitive price-point.
Work smarter, not harder.
Our Most Recent Blogs
We were honored to be one of the contributors to the “Legal Operations: Getting More from In-House Legal Departments and Their Outside Counsel” study by the Boston Consulting Group and Bucerius Law School. While Legal Operations is typically known for being a new function or role within a law department, law firms are now hiring legal operations professionals or contracting with law company’s like Nimble to have professionals internally to “talk the legal operations talk” with law departments.
2018 was an amazing year for Nimble and we are truly humbled and appreciative of our clients, event sponsors, panelists, and supporters. We see great things ahead for Nimble in 2019 but we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the highlights from the past year.
Following in the footsteps of other industries, U.S. law firms are finally embracing an agile workforce according to a recent article from the American Lawyer entitled “Amid Concerns Over Lawyer Workloads, U.S. Firms Embrace Agility”. Law firms like Orrick, Hogan Lovells, and Linklaters all have established firm policies aimed at enabling an agile legal workforce.