I am looking forward to speaking on a panel at the 11th Annual Law Firm Information and Technology Forum, on April 25, 2013, sponsored by Thomson Reuters.
The topic is Leveraging KM Technologies and Methods to Grow Legal Project Management.
Here is the description from the conference:
Knowledge Management (KM) has proven to be an effective means to improve the practice of law. Through KM, many firms now have mature technologies and methods for effectively gathering, searching, and sharing knowledge across their enterprise. Legal Project Management (LPM) is an emerging adaptation of formal project management methodologies applied to client matter management. Although LPM is not directly tied to KM, the unique and developed technologies and practices used in knowledge management can help law firms effectively leverage and grow their LPM acumen into a unique competitive advantage. This discussion will focus on how KM technologies and initiatives can bolster LPM.
Moderator: Martin Tuip, Product Marketing Manager, Recommind
- Patrick DiDomenico, Director of Knowledge Management, Ogletree Deakins
- Lisa Gianakos, Director of Knowledge Management, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP