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ALM Intelligence offers a series of State of the Industry webinars providing compelling content specifically designed for consulting and legal professionals – as well as buyers of consulting and legal services – on hot-button issues, pain points, topics and trends confronting the profession. Moderated by ALM Intelligence Leadership, these live, online events feature focused presentations and a live Q&A from our analyst team. Missed a webinar on an important topic? Recent webinars are available below in our On-Demand Library.


The Probable EY Service Split: Will this Impact the Legal World?

| Oct - 2022

This is a panel discussion between legal and professional services market watchers about the implications of an EY service split, what may follow for the other Big Four firms, and what this all means for the legal world – law firms, ALSP players...


Sailing Upstream: Innovation in M&A in 2022

| Aug - 2022

ALM Intelligence Pacesetter Research just completed its assessment of innovation in the M&A world in 2022, and we’d like to share with you some interesting insights into how professional services providers are helping clients in rapidly-evo...


Employee Well-being as Competitive Advantage

| Feb - 2022

In the wake of the recently released ALM Intelligence Pacesetter report Employee Well-being 2022, this webinar will explore how service providers are finding innovative new approaches to employee well-being, with special emphasis on those provider...


Legal Operations Creates Inroads for Non-Traditional Providers

| Oct - 2021

New research from our Pacesetter Research team has found that legal operations is an area whose pressing needs make legal departments a natural gateway for multiservice, management consulting, and technology providers to make inroads and build rel...


The Supply Chain Challenge for Both Clients and Providers

| Aug - 2021

New research from ALM Intelligence Pacesetter Research found that supply chains were already facing headwinds in 2019, but the pandemic turned what were already red-flagged problems in 2020 into board-level crises — and in 2021, supply chain...