Award-winning case study: White & Case


This 16-page case study shares how a global law firm revitalised their ageing intranet, delivering a platform to meet current and future needs.

Key highlights from the case study:

  • Improving findability was a core focus of the project, and significant work has been put into enterprise search.
  • Better content governance has been put in place, with an emphasis on metadata.
  • There has been very positive feedback from the lawyers — who aren’t the easiest audience to please!
  • Strategic benefits from the project include improved communication and engagement.
  • Up to 80% of content was pruned as part of the redesign.


Global law firm White & Case has replaced an underperforming and unpopular intranet with a new iteration delivered in SharePoint 2013. With a new design, a strong emphasis on search, mobile optimisation, integration with several other different systems, access to other apps and new content governance, the intranet is a huge improvement on the previous iteration.

So far feedback has been strong and early indications are that it will save time, reduce risk and also support White & Case’s goals for engaging employees.

This 16-page case study is packed with real-world screenshots and insights that will inspire your leadership team, and help you deliver a successful project.

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