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CLOC Content Contribution Program

What is CLOC’s Content Contribution Program?

One of CLOC’s primary objectives is to provide useful content and education to our members. In particular, members are looking for resources, education and training materials, tools and tips on legal operations that can help them do their jobs more efficiently, in less time — things like:
 
  • White papers
  • Problem solving “how to” guides
  • Reference guides
  • Templates
  • Industry trend reports
  • Research reports
  • Case studies
  • and More
We recognize that many of our partners, vendors and suppliers are subject matter experts in the industry and have valuable insights and guidance in the legal operations space to provide. Since many of you are already producing useful and relevant resources that are insightful for the legal industry, we felt this is a great opportunity for your organization to showcase your expertise to a larger audience and solidify your support of the legal operations community. CLOC encourages the submission of authored articles and papers to be shared and accessible through the CLOC Member community and libraries. Please note that all documents are subject to review guidelines

What are we looking for?

We are looking for thought leaders and subject matter experts to help grow our content for our members, law firm participants and outside legal operations professionals. Your contributions would provide CLOC’s members and outside professionals with a learning venue where they can share similar goals, interests, problems, and approaches within legal operations ecosystem.

Value for Contributors

Thank you for your consideration in sharing your expertise. We know by demonstrating expertise in the field builds credibility and trust associated with your service. Sharing with CLOC provides a channel for you to attract readers and potential buyers by offering top-quality, industry knowledge.

Submission Process

  1. Review and accept the Collateral Contribution Program Guidelines.
  2. Complete the Content Contribution Form.
  3. If approved, CLOC will notify you and post the document to our members-only document repository.
  4. Each month, CLOC will announce to its members a list of all newly contributed content in its members only newsletter.

Keep In Mind

All submissions will be reviewed by the CLOC Content team. Promotional references to your organization’s technology, or services, which are determined to be inappropriate may be removed prior to posting the approved content to our document library. Changes will be minimal and not change the context/tone of the content.

Example Topics

  • Change Management
  • Data Security & Privacy
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Information Governance
  • IP & Litigation Management
  • Knowledge Management
  • Metrics & Reporting
  • Outside Counsel Management
  • Process Outsourcing
  • Professional Development
  • Project Management
  • Record Retention
  • Staffing & Organizational Structure
  • Strategic Planning
  • Surveys & Reports
  • Technology & Innovation

General Guidelines

 
Content submitted must:
  • Be relevant to the legal operations professional.
  • Be complete and ready for publication.
  • NOT be a sales pitch.
  • Be an actual document (pdf) or video. It may not be a blog post.
 

Content Contribution Form

Please complete the following for your content to be considered.

This should outline the main points and allow our members to ensure they have found a document relevant to their needs.
If you do not grant CLOC permission, we will automatically close your application.

License for Use
The above-named author as the sole owner of the identified content (the “Work”) and all of the rights granted herein, hereby grants to Corporate Legal Operations Consortium, Inc. (“CLOC”), a non-exclusive, perpetual, irrevocable, royalty-free license to edit, reproduce, reprint and distribute the Work in whole and authorizes CLOC and its designees to use author’s name, likeness, photograph, and biographical data in connection with CLOC’s use and promotion of the Work. CLOC shall make no edits or changes to the Work, nor use the Work in part, without the author's prior written consent. CLOC agrees that the author will retain ownership of the Work. The author will indemnify CLOC from and against claims arising from the infringement of third-party intellectual property rights by the Work.