Amazon Kindle Version Released: Knowledge Management for Lawyers

km book with amazon buttonI’m happy to report that my book, Knowledge Management for Lawyers was just released on the Amazon Kindle Platform!

Published in 2015, it took a few months to get it listed at Amazon and a few more for the Kindle version, but the wait is over. This will be especially helpful for those who were interested in buying a copy, but held out because, like me, you’ve gone paperless.

And from the inside [virtual] book flaps…

Praise for Knowledge Management for Lawyers

“Are you a KM evangelist? Patrick DiDomenico’s book Knowledge Management for Lawyers will turn you into one. An easy-to-read, well-organized handbook that should be compulsory reading for any lawyer, it captures the reader’sattention right from the first page. Busy readers will particularly appreciate the “What You’’ll learn” and “Key Points” in every chapter. Law firms—or legal departments—intending to set up a successful KM function will find information on how to set it up, from organizing it and hiring the right people to prioritizing which projects to focus on and which technology to use. Examples of KM best practices keep the topic interesting and give the reader ideas they can apply to their own organizations. Since introducing KM is a major change to the way many law firms operate, successful KM requires a well thought-through change management approach. DiDomenico’s book tells the reader how he and his KM peers turned skeptical lawyers into KM champions and evangelists. You will be next.”
—Dr. Silvia Hodges Silverstein, law professor at Fordham University School of Law and lecturer at Columbia Law School

“Patrick does a masterful job of communicating what knowledge management means for law firms today. He provides an excellent background and detailed information on what KM is, how to ‘do it,’ and what benefits management can expect. The book is a great resource for both those new to the field and those with many years of experience. I particularly appreciate the practical advice about how to communicate the benefits and work with lawyers to make them comfortable with KM. Patrick is a leader in KM and this book shows why.”
—Ron Friedmann, a leading law practice management consultant

“Patrick’s book is easily one of the best surveys of law firm KM practices I have read. He writes clearly and succinctly, and he illuminates the issues we all face better than other titles covering similar turf. What makes this perhaps the most useful book yet on KM in law firms is that he has found out from actual KM practitioners what really works.”
—Don MacLeod, KM Manager at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP and author of How to Find Out Anything and The Internet Guide for the Legal Researcher  

Pick up your Kindle version of Knowledge Management for Lawyers on Amazon!

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