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Elevate Expands Contract Management Expertise with Hire of Craig Conte

LOS ANGELES – June 5, 2018 – Elevate, a global law company, announced the hire of Craig Conte as Managing Director, Head of Contracts Consulting. Conte brings more than a decade of experience in contract management, compliance and optimization.

Conte will lead consulting services in Elevate’s contracts group, helping law departments navigate all steps of their contracts transformation journeys. He was previously at Capgemini where he served as Vice President and Head of Contract Compliance & Optimization services. Conte also has over ten years of private practice experience in New York. He is currently based in the U.K.

“More and more companies know that streamlining and improving their contracts functions can deliver significant return on investment, but many aren’t sure where to start,” says Conte. “Our contracts strategy consulting group will help companies take the guesswork out of transforming their contracts functions through better processes, the right technology and optimal utilization of resources.”

“As Contract Management becomes increasingly critical to our corporate law department customers, they need access to more expertise in legal contracting management,” says Elevate CEO Lokendra Tomar. “Craig will help us deliver the services, consulting and technology our customers need to build successful programs.”

About Elevate
Elevate is a global law company, providing consulting, technology and services to law departments and law firms. The company’s team of lawyers, engineers, consultants and business experts extend and enable the resources and capabilities of customers worldwide. Elevate is the most-used law company according to the 2017 State of the Industry Survey published by the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) and has been ranked as a top global legal services provider by Chambers & Partners for four years in a row. Elevate was also ranked on the Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies list for two years in a row, including No. 53 in 2016. Learn more at

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