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Legal Project Management

Legal Project Management


Smith Moore Leatherwood's Legal Project Management ("LPM") team works collaboratively with clients to deliver innovative and practical solutions, tailored to specific needs. The firm is committed to leveraging LPM tools, process improvement techniques, and value-based pricing strategies to deliver sophisticated legal work efficiently and with cost predictability.

As an added benefit, Legal Lean Sigma® certified team members also offer a spectrum of consulting services that range from designing overall process improvement and project management strategies to solution implementation for law departments.

Team members bring a unique combination of qualifications, including Legal Lean Sigma® certification, project management experience, and years of accounting and legal experience. Clients can expect to collaborate with the team to apply tailored solutions to their legal matters. Clients should expect a clear scope of work, schedule and budget; clear communication about developments that change the scope of services during an engagement; smart pricing models that align the firm's interests with those of firm clients; and a formal debriefing and evaluation process with management to improve the delivery of services continuously. Simply put, aligning our interests leads to faster cycle times without sacrificing quality.

At Smith Moore Leatherwood, Legal Project Management principles, including process improvement, technology, and value-based pricing for select engagements, drive quality, value, and client satisfaction.

(336) 378-5319
Neale Johnson Neale Johnson
T (336) 378-5319
F (336) 433-7442
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Doug Woods Doug Woods
(704) 384-2643
(704) 384-2938
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