Legal Managed Services

Legal departments under growing pressure are re-thinking how work is done and by whom. The EY legal managed services team customizes and supports technology and data-driven processes designed to control costs, better mitigate risk, and deliver value to the business.

How the law department is key in unlocking your sustainability strategy

As sustainability issues increasingly create risk, law departments are expected to play a key role in driving their organization’s compliance.

Key benefits

We help our clients realize:

  • Efficiency improvements: EY teams help design solutions to deliver accuracy, quality work product and measurable impact.

  • Risk mitigation: EY teams provide continuity of resources, shared knowledge, and refined processes to help minimize legal and business risk.

  • Cost control and predictability: You’ll have access to experienced professionals using the right technology for the right task at the best price point.

These benefits are driven by our:

  • Global knowledge and scale: 15+ years of experience and more than 1,000 professionals across 8 global delivery centers working with more than 2,400 EY legal advisory attorneys in more than 80 jurisdictions

  • Multidisciplinary approach: Cross-functional teams work together to provide seamless communication and service

  • Follow-the-sun delivery: Led by multilingual professionals with full pricing transparency

  • Technology-driven service delivery: Custom-designed processes incorporate industry-leading tools and alliances to help facilitate automation, standardization and innovation

EY member firms do not practice law where not permitted by local law or regulation.

Key features

The General Counsel Imperative: How does contracting complexity hide clear profitability?


The 2021 EY Law Survey uncovers the requirements that contracting teams should address to better support business priorities.

EY member firms do not practice law where not permitted by local law or regulation. Ernst & Young LLP (US)  does not practice law or offer legal advice.

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