ILTA Conference Encore: The Knowledge Management Sessions
Join ILTA for this Webinar on Friday, September 26, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. GMT / 12:00 p.m. EDT / 11:00 a.m. CDT / 10:00 a.m. MDT / 9:00 a.m. PDT.
REGISTER online here.
If you missed any of the knowledge management track sessions at the ILTA Conference — or if you just want a reminder of the great stuff you saw — join session speakers from each of the six KM sessions as they boil down their presentations into 10-minute snippets. This will be a fast-paced, intense review of the excellent KM content from the conference. We’ll review the following sessions:
- The Rise of Expert Systems: Threat or Opportunity to Traditional Legal Services?
- KM, Security and Compliance: Fist Fight or Compromise?
- Leveraging Experience To Enhance the Bottom Line: New Information and New Tools
- It’s a Failure Party! How To Celebrate These Learning Opportunities
- Gaming the Lawyers: Driving Adoption, Contribution and Change
- Upselling KM: What Would Don Draper Do?
Patrick DiDomenico is the Director of Knowledge Management at Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. A member of ILTA’s SharePoint Symposium and Knowledge Management Peer Group steering committees, he also publishes the LawyerKM blog and runs the Knowledge Management for Legal Professionals LinkedIn group. Patrick’s book about KM for lawyers will be published by the ABA at the end of 2014. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joshua Fireman, the founder and President of Fireman & Company, has practiced law with two of North America’s largest law firms and was in-house counsel at a multibillion-dollar, multinational corporation. He is recognized as one of the leading experts in law firm strategic consulting and as a thought leader in areas such as knowledge management and change management, and is a frequent speaker at law firm retreats and industry conferences. Contact Joshua at email@example.com.
Timothy Golden from McGuireWoods has been with the firm for 15 years and is responsible for all cross-functional areas within IT, including architecture review, project management, quality assurance, information security, release/change/configuration management, and IT policies, procedures and metrics. Tim is also a member of ILTA’s LegalSEC and Professional Services steering committees. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Milena Higgins is the Director of Litigation Knowledge Management at Fish & Richardson, where she drives business process improvements and litigation transformation efforts to increase efficiency and productivity and collaborates with many different groups at the firm to help collect and disseminate knowledge. She is also a member of the ILTA KM Peer Group steering committee. Contact Milena at email@example.com.
David Hobbie is the Litigation Knowledge Manager at Goodwin Procter, where he also evaluates new technology of potential use to the litigation department and assists the pricing and legal project management function through litigation analytics and experience management. David is the conference committee liaison for ILTA’s KM Peer Group steering committee, founded the ILTA KM blog and blogs at Caselines. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael Mills is a co-founder of Neota Logic. Prior to that, he was the chief knowledge officer and co-head of technology at Davis Polk & Wardwell for 20 years after practicing as a litigation and bankruptcy partner at Mayer Brown. Michael is also a director of Pro Bono Net, which provides innovative technology for the nonprofit legal sector. Contact him at email@example.com.
Rachelle Rennagel, E-Discovery Counsel and the Director of Practice Technologies at Patterson Belknap, oversees the firm’s practice support, paralegal and library departments, and is responsible for KM initiatives. As a practicing attorney, she also acts as an intermediary between the firm’s attorneys and IT. Rachelle is a frequent lecturer on a broad range of technology and legal issues. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ILTA is pleased to offer this programming at no charge to ILTA members. If you’d like to Tweet during this session the hashtag for the Knowledge Management Peer Group is #ILTAKM.